Developing an appropriate design of blended learning with web-enabled self-regulated learning to enhance students' learning and thoughts regarding online learning

@article{Tsai2011DevelopingAA,
  title={Developing an appropriate design of blended learning with web-enabled self-regulated learning to enhance students' learning and thoughts regarding online learning},
  author={Chia-Wen Tsai and Pei-Di Shen and Meng-Chuan Tsai},
  journal={Behaviour & IT},
  year={2011},
  volume={30},
  pages={261-271}
}
Developing an appropriate design of blended learning with web-enabled self-regulated learning to enhance students' learning and thoughts regarding online learning Chia-Wen Tsai a , Pei-Di Shen b & Meng-Chuan Tsai c a Department of Information Management , Ming Chuan University , Taipei, Taiwan b Teacher Education Center , Ming Chuan University , Taipei, Taiwan c Department of Sport Business Management , DaYeh University , Changhua, Taiwan Published online: 31 Jan 2011. 

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