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Exploring learners' emotions over time in virtual learning

Posted on 16 Jul 2013 with 0 comments
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Time constitutes an important factor influencing every process related to e-learning. For example, one needs to look at how students manage time in their learning processes, do they have  enough time to carry out a learning activity or whether they feel stressed and frustrated by the lack of time, and how these emotions evolve over this period of time. This study focuses on the nature and role time plays in the affective states learners experience during a long-term e-learning process.


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