Flow experience and continuance intention toward online learning: An integrated framework

@inproceedings{Guo2012FlowEA,
  title={Flow experience and continuance intention toward online learning: An integrated framework},
  author={Zixiu Guo and Lin Xiao and Chanyoung Seo and Yihong Lai},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2012}
}
This study integrated the person-artefact-task model (PAT) and value-satisfactionbehavioral intention (V-S-BI) model to examine factors influencing students getting into positive and optimal flow experience in online learning, and flow impacts on students’ continuance intention toward learning online. Results showed that telepresence was a more significant factor getting students into flow experience than clear goals on task, balance between challenges and skills of the task, and perceived ease… CONTINUE READING

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