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Predictors of Web-Student Performance: The Role of Self-Efficacy and Reasons for Taking an On-Line Class
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Computers in Human Behavior Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0747-5632

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Investigated college students' personal choices for taking Web-based courses and whether their self-efficacy for the course content and technological components would predict performance in online courses. Results showed students who enrolled because they enjoyed Web-based learning had higher self-efficacy and better performance than students who enrolled because of course availability. (Author/LRW)

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Wang, A.Y. & Newlin, M.H. (2002). Predictors of Web-Student Performance: The Role of Self-Efficacy and Reasons for Taking an On-Line Class. Computers in Human Behavior, 18(2), 151. Retrieved October 15, 2019 from .

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