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Uppal, Muhammad Amaad; Ali, Samnan; Gulliver, Stephen R. – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2018
e-Learning courses are fast becoming common-place, yet the success of these online courses varies considerably. Since limited research addresses the issue of e-learning quality (ELQ) of service in higher education environments, there is an increasing need to effectively assess ELQ. In this paper, we argue that to obtain a satisfactory e-learning…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Educational Quality, Quality Assurance, Reliability
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Ransdell, Sarah; Kent, Brianna; Gaillard-Kenney, Sandrine; Long, John – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2011
Older adult cohorts show greater external locus of control (LOC), a marker of social reliance, compared to younger cohorts. In the present study, American college students from 27 to 61 years of age participated in online courses in a graduate health science programme. Four birth-year cohorts were included: "millennials", born in 1982+;…
Descriptors: Locus of Control, Baby Boomers, Older Adults, Cognitive Ability
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Chang, Su-Chao; Tung, Feng-Cheng – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2008
With the development of the Internet in the era of knowledge-driven economy, e-learning is experiencing rapid growth. The online learning course websites are drawing more attention as well. This research combines the innovation diffusion theory and the technology acceptance model, and adds two research variables, perceived system quality and…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Self Efficacy, Online Courses, Educational Technology