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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
The present study was designed to investigate the relationship between instructor immediacy behavior and university student motivation and satisfaction in instructional video-based courses. In a mid-western state university, a total number of 89 college students who had experiences of distance learning via video programs participated in the present research. The self-report measures were used to determine student motivation levels, satisfaction levels, and perceptions of instructor immediacy behaviors. Pearson Product Moment Correlation revealed moderate relationship between student motivation and instructor immediacy. In line with the hypotheses, results indicated that students have higher motivation and satisfaction levels in the video-based classes in which instructors are perceived as more immediate to students in both verbal and nonverbal behaviors.
Zhang, Leaf Yi, "Instructional Communication Via Video Program in Distance Learning: The Relationship Between Instructors' Immediacy Behaviors, Student Motivation and Satisfaction" (2005). Master's Theses. 2969.
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