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Validating and applying an adapted OSLQ to examine adult learners' online self-regulation

This study adapted and validated Barnard's Online Self-Regulated Learning Questionnaire (OSLQ) to assess adult learners' (n = 1302) online self-regulation, and examined its relation with attitude towards online learning and perceived online learning satisfaction. It was found that age and employment status were important demographic factors influencing adult learners' online self-regulation. Specifically, middle- and late-career learners perceived themselves to be more self-regulated than early career learners, and self-employed learners perceived themselves to be more self-regulated than out-... Show more

Authors: Lin, Feng; Lim, Lyndon; Ho, Yan Yin ... [+] Show more

Published: Abingdon, England, Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2023

Resource type: Article

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