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Title: Development Of E-learning Motivational Model Based On The Constructivism Theory And Security Trust For Learning Programming Languages In Universities
Authors: Mohanad Bajbou 
Keywords: Motivation in education.;Web-based instruction.;Education, Higher--Computer-assisted instruction.;e-learning
Issue Date: Aug-2017
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Nowadays, E-learning is one of the most progressive fields, not only on an individual
level, but also among universities and companies, especially with the rapid evolution
of technologies and platforms. However, there are still major challenges in motivating
users to adopt the E-learning systems in terms of attractiveness, efficiency, and trust.
This research aimed to find the key features, which are suitable to be implemented for
the success of the E-learning system. The term "successful" means that the system has
an increasing number of active users who trust the system besides being motivated to
use the system features continuously. The proposed framework can be the base in the
effort to develop successful E-learning websites. To achieve the objectives of this
study, a specific methodology has been adopted. This include analysing samples of
the most important E-learning websites that could provide programming language
courses as a case study. Then, the target audiences' feedbacks were obtained through
the questionnaires that were distributed to the students from USIM in determining the
correlation between several factors of E-learning motivation. The results showed that
the usefulness and ease of use are the main dependent factors of E-learning motivation,
security trust, and motivation adjustment, whereas constructivism styles are the main
independent factors of E-learning motivation. In addition, this study has proposed a
new motivation framework of E-learning system that could be applied to any websites
for the learning of programming language. This framework is based on a theoretical
foundation of constructivism and security trust that emphasise on the learners, rather
than the instructors.
Matric : 3110230 (FST)
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