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A Conceptual Framework for Research in IS/IT Instruction
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International Academy for Information Management Annual Conference,

Abstract

This paper describes a framework for research in Information Systems/Information Technology (IS/IT) instruction that is grounded in existing theory and research from education literature. A recently developed model that integrates instructional design and learning motivation theories provides a theoretical basis for future efforts of researchers and practitioners in IS/IT instruction. Primary theories of instructional design and learning motivation are reviewed; a detailed description of the integrative model is provided, focusing on instructional methods, learner motivation, instructional conditions, and outcomes. Finally, implications for research and practice in IS/IT instruction are drawn from the integrative model. (AEF)

Citation

Moore, J.E. & Burke, L.A. (1997). A Conceptual Framework for Research in IS/IT Instruction. Presented at International Academy for Information Management Annual Conference 1997. Retrieved June 18, 2019 from .

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