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Theory of planned behaviour: Higher education students' attitudes towards ICT-based learning interactions

  title={Theory of planned behaviour: Higher education students' attitudes towards ICT-based learning interactions},
  author={L. Siragusa and K. Dixon},
  • L. Siragusa, K. Dixon
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • Phase one of a pilot study (Siragusa & Dixon, 2008) collected data from a group of undergraduate students in a higher education setting to determine their attitudes towards their engagement with ICT interactions. Phase two of the pilot study was undertaken in 2009 with another group of students in a pre-service teaching course which employed a mixed method approach. The participants completed a quantitative questionnaire, worked though an ICT-based activity and then completed a qualitative… CONTINUE READING
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