A Study of the Effects of Digital Learning on Learning Motivation and Learning Outcome

@article{Lin2017ASO,
  title={A Study of the Effects of Digital Learning on Learning Motivation and Learning Outcome},
  author={Ming-Hung Lin and Huang-Cheng Chen and kuang-Sheng Liu},
  journal={Eurasia journal of mathematics, science and technology education},
  year={2017},
  volume={13},
  pages={3553-3564}
}
Background:In the modern society when intelligent mobile devices become popular, the Internet breaks through the restrictions on time and space and becomes a ubiquitous learning tool. Designing teaching activity for digital learning and flexibly applying technology tools are the key issues for current information technology integrated education.Material and methods:In this study, students are tested and proceeded questionnaire survey to understand the opinions about digital learning. To… 

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