Correlation Research on the Application of E-Learning to Students’ Self-Regulated Learning Ability, Motivational Beliefs, and Academic Performance
Hsu Kuan Jonathan LIU 1 *
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1 I-Shou University, TAIWAN .ROC* Corresponding Author


Delivering knowledge and economic information through the Internet has been so popular that a lot of countries make major information technology construction plans to enhance competitiveness. In this case, sharing educational resources and narrowing the rural-urban education divide with computer networks have become a common trend globally. Educational reform in past years does not simply focus on memorizing materials, but learning practical knowledge so that the importance of cognition in learning processes is highlighted.

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his study focuses on universities students majoring in hospitality management in Taiwan. A total of 600 copies of the questionnaire were distributed to college students and 396 valid copies were collected, with the retrieval rate of 66% for this study.

The research results reveal that: 1. Self-regulated learning shows significant positive effects on motivational beliefs; 2. Motivational beliefs present remarkably positive effects on academic performance; and 3. Self-regulated learning appears to have notably positive effects on academic performance.

According to the research results, conclusions and suggestions are proposed at the end of this study, intending to enhance teachers’ instruction and students’ academic performance.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 12, Issue 4, April 2016, 1091-1100

Publication date: 13 Mar 2016

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