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Past research has suggested that Csikszentmihalyi's flow theory describes a state that should be supportive of a student's learning. This paper reports on research that uses the constructs of flow to explore learning in an online environment. An experiment was carried out in which students worked...
The purpose of this study is to examine a conceptual model of individual perceptions toward the Web as a survey tool. The model discusses users' attitudes toward the Web integrating perceived self-efficacy, anxiety, usefulness, and liking to develop a new aspect of individual intention to use Web...
The Computing Control Scale (CCS), a new factor analytically derived psychometric instrument is developed. The CCS consists of computing autonomy and computing need for control (NControl) subscales. Computing autonomy represents a composite of confidence in controlling computers and self-reliance...