Designing to Motivate: Motivational Techniques to Incorporate in E-Learning Experiences
Journal of Interactive Online Learning Volume 2, Number 3 ISSN 1541-4914
This paper addresses the construct of motivation as it relates to learning. Questions that will be discussed are (a) What is motivation, (b), how can motivation be incorporated in the instructional design process, and finally, (c) what motivational techniques have been used successfully in e-learning settings? Some general background information on motivation will be discussed. Two instructional design models for motivation will be described and examples of best practices for Web-based learning will be supplied.
Hodges, C.B. Designing to Motivate: Motivational Techniques to Incorporate in E-Learning Experiences. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 2(3),.
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Nicole A. Buzzetto-More, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, United States; Retta Guy, Fayetteville State University, United States
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