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《China Distance Education》 2005-06
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A Quantitative Study of Students' Learning Intervals during Online Learning

Han Ling  
In online learning environments, separation in time and space has made it difficult for teachers to control the learning process. Students carry out most of their learning autonomously. Learning is often interrupted by external factors and is therefore discontinuous. Using logbook data in a distance learning system, the author of this paper applies a statistical method to quantify the characteristics of students' learning behaviors. The correlations between the following variables are studied in detail: learning behaviors and the depth of learning, learning intervals and learning behaviors, learning behaviors and learning/forgetting curves.
【CateGory Index】: G434
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