The Effect of ePortfolio Satisfaction on Students’ Learning Motivation and Internet Self-efficacy
This study aims to investigate the effect of e-Portfolio satisfaction on students’ learning motivation and Internet self-efficacy toward the use of e-Portfolio. The data collected for this study occurred over 3 months. Participants were 450 students taking the course of common at an university. The counting of 443 questionnaires was received. The findings revealed that there were positive correlations between learning motivation, Internet self-efficacy, and e-Portfolio satisfaction. For gender, the result showed that there were no significant Internet self-efficacy differences between gender. Besides, there were the significant differences in learning motivations and in Internet self-efficacy between the two groups. Furthermore, the multistep regression analysis indicated that the learning motivation was the significant predictor of Internet self-efficacy, and Internet self-efficacy was the significant predictor of e-Portfolio satisfaction. Based on the findings, educators and researchers needed to pay attention to these influences and take these factors into consideration in e-Portfolio. The study concludes by assessing the overall gains and shortcomings of the reform effort toward using the e-Portfolio to help student self-learning.
Huang, Jeff J.S.; Yang, Stephen J.H.; and Chang, Matt C.W.
"The Effect of ePortfolio Satisfaction on Students’ Learning Motivation and Internet Self-efficacy,"
Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE): Vol. 4:
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/jetde/vol4/iss1/10
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