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This research aims to determine the self-efficacy and success levels of teaching candidates on developing multimedia to the Docebo learning management system through integrating various online tools in developing multimedia courses and using this method in a project-based learning process. Second year students from the department of Computer Education and Educational Technology participated in this research. Random selection method was used in order to assign the students to the groups. Online (30 participants) and blended (30 participants) groups were constituted for this experimental study. Based on the pre-test results of the students participating in the study, it was investigated as to whether there was a difference between the groups. Since pre-test success scores of the students from the two groups would affect the results of the research, the difference between the two groups was examined by applying a t-test. There was no significant difference in the pre-test scores of the teaching candidates in the group. Data from the research were collected with demographic information forms and 5-point Likert-type scale developed by authors.
Keywords: multimedia designing, teacher candidates, internet based learning, learning management systems, online learning.
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