University Students’ Online Learning Attitudes and Continuous Intention to Undertake Online Courses: A Self-Regulated Learning Perspective
Zhu, Y., Zhang, J.H., Au, W., & Yates, G. (2020, March 6). University students’ online learning attitudes and continuous intention to undertake online courses: A self-regulated learning perspective. Educational Technology Research and Development: A Bi-Monthly Publication of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology, 1.
This article examines what factors contribute to student’s online learning intentions. University students’ online learning attitudes and experiences are investigated for changes in attitudes toward online learning as well as the relationship between their self-regulated learning, online interactions, attitudes, and online learning intention. The article provides insights regarding potential factors that contribute to online learning attitude changes. The focus of the article is on improving students’ self-regulated learning skills.