2023
DOI: 10.1108/ijem-10-2022-0386
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Media richness of instructor messages: how to improve student beliefs and perceptions in online course settings

Karen Yvonne Green,
Meng Huang,
Keith S. Walker
et al.

Abstract: PurposeThe increasing number of online courses in higher education has provided students with convenience and flexibility. However, some adverse effects also come with online learning, including negatively affecting student beliefs in themselves and their perceptions of the instructor. Both are important factors for academic success. Grounded in media richness theory, this study aims to examine the impact of medium choices by investigating instructor messages on student beliefs and perceptions in an online cou… Show more

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