Thursday, April 1
1:00-1:15 PM
Room 7

Developing Self-directed Learning in Technology-based Learning Environments

Brief Paper (Live Presentation) ID: 58590
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    Junhe Yang
    University of North Texas

Abstract: Self-directed learning is a personalized learning strategy that allows learners to control and manage their own learning process. Several studies have been conducted to develop self-directed learning in different learning contexts. However, few studies attempt to explore how different self-abilities influence self-directed learning in technology-based learning environments. This paper conducted a literature review about the development of self-directed learning in the technology-based learning environment. Based on Garrison’s three-dimensions model (1997), we examined the influence of learners’ self-management, self-monitoring, and motivation in the self-directed learning process under the technology-based learning environments.

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