Americas Conference on Information Systems ( AMCIS ) 1231-2003 Comparing Self-Efficacy and MetaCognition as Indicators of Learning

We report the results of a pilot study that compared the computer self-efficacy construct with metacognition. While self-efficacy is primarily affective and refers to one’s beliefs about one’s ability to perform a task, metacognition is primarily cognitive and refers to one’s thoughts about one’s ability to perform a task. Given their similarity, both have… CONTINUE READING