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Ke, Fengfeng; Kwak, Dean – Computers & Education, 2013
This mixed-method study examined whether online learning interaction participation, perception, and learning satisfaction would be consistent across varied age and ethnicity groups. Data were collected from students enrolled in 28 online courses via content analysis with online interaction transcripts, structural equation modeling with the…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Satisfaction, Transcripts (Written Records), Age Differences
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Chu, Regina Juchun; Chu, Anita Zichun – Computers & Education, 2010
The present study intends to explore the role of collectivism and group potency at group level in predicting individual Internet self-efficacy (ISE) and individual e-learning outcomes for people aged over 45. Group learning has been widely discussed in the research into online formats. However, less study has been carried out about how…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Self Efficacy, Peer Relationship, Group Dynamics
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Lee, Ming-Chi – Computers & Education, 2010
Although e-learning has been prompted to various education levels, the intention to continue using such systems is still very low, and the acceptance-discontinuance anomaly phenomenon (i.e., users discontinue using e-learning after initially accepting it) is a common occurrence. This paper synthesizes the expectation-confirmation model (ECM), the…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Expectation, Continuing Education, Intention