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Factors Affecting Users’ Decisions to Migrate from Initial Use of Information Technology to Continuing Use
Community college teachers completed survey and interview questions designed to elicit data on reasons for continuing use of web-based educational technology. The data were analyzed in relationship to two models of innovative ...
Factors Influencing the Process of Critical Thinking Among Health Professionals During Computer Conferencing: A Case Study
Despite the growing amount of research evidence regarding effective clinical interventions, rehabilitation health professionals face many barriers in applying this new information to practice. Computer conferencing among ...
Participant Perceptions Of The Importance Of Situated Learning Design In The Delivery Of On-Line Training
Situated learning has been recognized as an important approach to the design of programs for professional training and development programs. Knowledge is gained in the context of problem situations that are representative ...