Mobile Learning Achievement from the Perspective of Self-efficacy: A Case Study of Basic Computer Concepts Course
The major purpose of the research is to analyze the effect of mobile learning course in BCC on self-efficacy of student regarding learning achievement. The research utilizes cross-sectional research design and uses structural questions as research tool for data gathering. Statistical methods included descriptive statistics, t-test, Pearson Correlation coefficient. The results obtained two conclusions, from such a results, this paper suggests a further research on the self-efficacy, mobile learning, and learning achievement.
Keywordslearning achievement mobile learning self-efficacy
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