Effects of the Application of Multimedia to Library Use Education on Learning Motivation and Learning Satisfaction
Kaijun Yu 1, Hongmei Tang 2, Ruiyi Gong 1 *, Jianzhong Dong 3, Shanshan Hu 1
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1 Library, Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences, Shanghai, CHINA2 School of Nursing and Health Management, Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences, Shanghai, CHINA3 Library, Shanghai University of Electric Power, Shanghai, CHINA* Corresponding Author


The use of libraries is considered as the best method to catch up with the time and learn new information in the modern busy society. For an ideal learning society, a library is the most convenient learning center for the public and conforms to the philosophy of self-relearning in lifelong education. It is the most important unit to connect school education and community education as well as the most possible power to implement lifelong education with the combination of the government and the civil. With experimental design model, total 180 students in Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences, as the research object in this study, are proceeded the 15-week (3 hours per week for total 45 hours) experiment applying multimedia to library use education. The research results show significant correlations between 1.library use education and learning motivation, 2.library use education and learning satisfaction, and 3.learning motivation and learning satisfaction. According to the results, suggestions are proposed, expecting to enhance students’ library resource use and use frequency to promote learning motivation and learning satisfaction.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 14, Issue 7, July 2018, 2987-2994


Publication date: 12 May 2018

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