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Contreras-Higuera, Williams E.; Martínez-Olmo, Francesc; Rubio-Hurtado, M. José; Vilà-Baños, Ruth – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2016
This article presents a study with a twofold research aim: (a) to ascertain university students' perceptions on two combined assessment tools (e-portfolios and formative rubrics) and (b) to identify if among students there were differing perceptions on the use of e-portfolios, and what factors favored acceptance of these. The data gathering method…
Descriptors: College Students, Portfolios (Background Materials), Internet, Student Attitudes
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Samruayruen, Buncha; Enriquez, Judith; Natakuatoong, Onjaree; Samruayruen, Kingkaew – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2013
This study identified five effective self-regulated learning (SRL), investigated the correlation of demographic information and SRL, and measured significant predictor of prior experiences on SRL. Eighty-eight Thai learners participated in the SRL survey, which was adapted from the MSLQ. The findings indicated that Intrinsic Goal and Self-Efficacy…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Web Based Instruction, Electronic Learning, Internet
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Hardre, Patricia L.; Crowson, H. Michael; Xie, Kui – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2010
Questionnaire instruments are routinely translated to digital administration systems; however, few studies have compared the differential effects of these administrative methods, and fewer yet in authentic contexts-of-use. In this study, 326 university students were randomly assigned to one of two administration conditions, paper-based (PBA) or…
Descriptors: Internet, Computer Assisted Testing, Questionnaires, College Students
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van Schaik, Paul – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2009
A unified framework for researching technology acceptance, the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT), was previously proposed and validated. The aim of this article is to explore the application UTAUT to websites used by students in higher education. Both prescribed websites and user-selected sites were studied using a…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Student Motivation, Use Studies, College Students