An empirical development of critical value factors (CVF) of online learning activities: An application of activity theory and cognitive value theory

@article{Levy2008AnED,
  title={An empirical development of critical value factors (CVF) of online learning activities: An application of activity theory and cognitive value theory},
  author={Yair Levy},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={51},
  pages={1664-1675}
}
According to activity theory, activities are at the center of human behavior. Extensive attention has been given in literature to the success and effectiveness of online learning programs. Value theory suggests that human perceived value is a critical construct in investigating what is important to individuals. However, very limited attention has been given in literature to the role of users’ perceived value of learning activities in educational settings. Scholars suggest that additional… CONTINUE READING

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