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Title: The adaptation of Chinese international students to online flexible learning: Two case studies
Authors: 陳彩虹
Chen, Rainbow Tsai-Hung;Bennett, Sue;Maton, Karl
Contributors: 外文中心
Keywords: Foreign Students;Online Courses;Coping;Case Studies;Foreign Countries;Cross Cultural Studies;Acculturation;Higher Education;Electronic Learning;Global Approach
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2016-06-30 14:33:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The cross-cultural experiences of Chinese international students in Western countries have been subject to intensive research, but only a very small number of studies have considered how these students adapt to learning in an online flexible delivery environment. Guided by Berry's acculturation framework (1980, 2005), the investigation discussed in this article aimed to address this gap by exploring the adaptation processes of Chinese international students to online learning at an Australian university. This article reports on the challenges perceived by two students from Mainland China, their coping strategies, changes in their opinions of online learning, and their respective patterns of adaptation. By presenting two indicative case studies drawn from a wider study, this article aims to demonstrate the use of Berry's concepts as a means to frame such studies. (Contains 2 figures.)
Relation: Distance Education, Vol.29, No.3, pp.307-323
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01587910802395821
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