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    Title: 國中生網路閱讀行為與學習成效之研究
    Other Titles: A study of relationship between online reading behaviors and learning effects among junior high school students
    Authors: 洪子雅;Hung, Tzu-Ya
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    張鈿富;Chang, Dian-fu
    Keywords: 國中生;網路閱讀行為;學習成效;Junior High School Students;online reading behaviors;learning effects
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:19:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 網路閱讀已成為青少年學習的重要途徑,本研究旨在探討國中生網路閱讀行為和學習成效之關聯。透過問卷調查法,調查新北市1,021位國中學生網路閱讀行為的概況,深究國中生網路閱讀行為和學習成效之間的關聯。
    Online reading has become an important way for young people to get information from internet. This study aims to investigate the relationship between online reading behaviors and learning effects among junior high school students. The study designed questionnaire as a research tool and collected the data from 1,021 junior high school students in New Taipei City. To determine the relationship between online reading behaviors and their learning effects, this study applied correlation and regression analysis to test the collected data. The findings are listed as follows:
    1. Regarding to the online reading behaviors in junior high school students, most of students engage in online chatting, then entertainment. Only few of them for learning new information.
    2. Students’ online reading behaviors have shown significant difference in parents’ attitudes. Parent’s encourage group has got more online reading behaviors than do the parents prefer not to interfere or forbid group.
    3. The more frequent the junior high school students engage in online reading as learning new information, the better their learning effects are.
    4. The online reading behavior is most relevant to Chinese and less relevant to math and science in junior high schools.
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