Impact of Interactive Presence and Self-Efficacy on e-learning Effectiveness
Dadwal, S. Impact of Interactive Presence and Self-Efficacy on e-learning Effectiveness. International Journal of Entrepreneurship Management Innovation and Development. 1 (1), pp. 34-54.
Although many scholars have argued for a positive perception of learners towards online learning, there are some who have argued that some students, depending upon their demographic or cultural or psychological factors, will still prefer traditional face to face methods because such interaction is contextual and offer a different kind of social interaction. Studies from these scholars have attributed various causes like; lack of interactions with lecturers, co-learners, media, feeling isolated in online, lack of human touch, lost immediacy or spontaneity of actors, technical inability, low self-efficacy, and habit of using a platform for downloading uploading only. Thus, there is a need of research in the UK to establish clear antecedents of effective blended learning. Thus, this research will review ‘Learners’ perceptions on their motives, missing interactive presence & self-efficacy and their impact on perceived learning effectiveness in online learning environment moderated by cultural and other demographic factors’.
|Keywords||online learning, learning effectiveness|
|Journal||International Journal of Entrepreneurship Management Innovation and Development|
|Journal citation||1 (1), pp. 34-54|
|Web address (URL)||http://emidjournals.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/2.-Impact-Of-Interactive-Presence-And-Self-Efficacy-On-elearning-Effectiveness-by-Dr-Sumesh-Singh-Dadwal-p.34-54.pdf|
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|Deposited||07 Oct 2022|
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