Motivation techniques in elearning

@article{Taran2005MotivationTI,
  title={Motivation techniques in elearning},
  author={Carmen Taran},
  journal={Fifth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={617-619}
}
  • Carmen Taran
  • Published 2005 in
    Fifth IEEE International Conference on Advanced…
Understanding what motivates students while they are learning online has a critical impact on how we help them improve their performance. Unfortunately, there is currently limited research on how to build elearning programs that instigate and maintain adult students' motivation. This paper proposes 10 techniques for capturing and sustaining students' attention, which is considered one of the most important ingredients in achieving motivation while learning online (M. Uguroglu and H. J. Wahlberg… CONTINUE READING
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