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Use of Interactions in E-learning: A Study of Undergraduate Courses in Thailand

Use of Interactions in E-learning: A Study of Undergraduate Courses in Thailand

The purpose of this paper is to investigate common characteristics of the use of interactions (UI) from the case of e-learning in Thailand. An exploratory factor analysis is used to examine the common components of the use of interactions in this context. The result reveals that UI is composed of three main factors, namely, human-to-human interactions, human-to-non-human interactions, and access duration. This outcome unveils the perception of the use of interactions, which reflects the student’s actual use of e-learning. It also gives better understanding to the e-learning administrators and instructors about the pattern of interactions from the student perspective. Implications of the study are also included.
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