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Student Motivation To Learn via Computer Conferencing

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Research in Higher Education Volume 41, Number 5, ISSN 0361-0365


Examination of student (n=79) motivation to learn via computer conferencing (CC) found that students who believe CC will help them learn the course material (outcome expectations) and believe they are capable of learning how to use CC (self-efficacy) are more likely to be active online than students without these beliefs or those who are concerned about their performance. (DB)


Bures, E.M., Abrami, P.C. & Amundsen, C. (2000). Student Motivation To Learn via Computer Conferencing. Research in Higher Education, 41(5), 593-621. Retrieved October 27, 2020 from .

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