Wednesday, October 21
1:50 PM-2:10 PM
Paniolo III

Technological and Human-Relational Factors on Student Learning Success in Online Doctoral Leadership Programs: A Theoretical Framework

Brief Paper ID: 46283
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    Hyunkyung Lee
    Yonsei University
  2. Heewon Chang
    Eastern University
  3. Lynette Bryan
    Eastern University

Abstract: Focusing on the intersectional impact of two key factors, technological and human-relational, on student learning success in online doctoral leadership programs, this paper presents a theoretical framework based on the literature review as part of an ongoing mixed-methods study. Student learning success is defined as doctoral students’ perceived learning outcomes to complete their online leadership programs. The technological factor includes three sub-factors: perceived usefulness, flexibility, and ease of use. The human-relational factor includes three sub-factors: student-student, student-faculty, and student-non-teaching staff relationships. By exploring the intersectionality of the technological and human-relational factors on student learning success, we intend to create a model of relationships among three variables to better understand how to enhance the success of doctoral students in online leadership programs.

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