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    Title: User Preferences toward Positive and Negative Feedback Information in Online Learning: Goal Achievement and Information Value Perspectives
    Authors: Tseng, Chung-Hui
    Keywords: Feedback information;goal achievement;information value;e-learning
    Date: 2015-12-01
    Issue Date: 2016-11-08 02:10:42 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: International Academy Publishing
    Abstract: We adopted 2 theoretical perspectives (goal achievement and information value) to determine
    the conditions under which people prefer to receive positive or negative feedback information. A quasiexperiment and a survey were conducted to test hypotheses. Based on the perspective of goal achievement and the results of a 2-group quasiexperiment, the findings suggest that goal commitment in the goal-setting stage, mastery strategies used in the goal operating stage, and optimistic expectations and negative emotions during the goal monitoring stage were associated with people’s preference for positive feedback information. In addition, the results indicate that people determining a rate of progress during the
    goal-setting stage prefer negative feedback information. Based on the perspective of information value and the results of an e-mail survey, the findings indicate that people with proficiency in using an online service prefer negative feedback information, whereas people with basic familiarity of an online service prefer positive feedback information.
    Relation: International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning 5(4), pp.191-202
    DOI: 10.17706/ijeeee.2015.5.4.191-202
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