The Impact of Personalized Learning on Motivation in Online Learning

ID: 39607 Type: Full Paper
  1. Anne Pemberton and Mahnaz Moallem, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States

Wednesday, March 27 5:15-5:45 PM Location: Grand Ballroom A View on map

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Abstract: Online learning in higher education continues to grow yet there are concerns about attrition and lack of student success in online environments. Motivation is one factor that has been identified as a critical issue in relation to learners’ success, or lack of success, in the online environment. Personalized Learning has recently come to the forefront of discussions as a potential instructional strategy to increase motivation and ultimately student success in the online environment, yet little research exists to confirm the effectiveness of personalized learning in an online environment and its impact on motivation and student success. A study was conducted to examine personalized learning in the online environment to determine its impact on online learning.

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