Intercultural Comparison of E-Learning Behaviors of Chinese vs. American Students
Brazill, Shihua Chen
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This paper focuses on E-learning and intercultural studies of Chinese and American students. The paper is divided into six sections including Introduction, Intercultural Comparisons of Chinese and American Students, E-learning, Instructional Design for E-Learning, Cultural Theory for E-learning, and Conclusion. As a practical result, this paper is useful to researchers and practitioners who wish to know and understand cultural differences and E-Learning behaviors of Chinese and American students. This knowledge could enhance online teacher-student interactions, improve E-learning outcomes, and identify salient cultural communication differences.
Shihua Brazill, (2019). “Intercultural Comparison of E-Learning Behaviors of Chinese vs. American Students.” In: Cheung S., Jiao J., Lee LK., Zhang X., Li K., Zhan Z. (eds) Technology in Education: Pedagogical Innovations. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1048 (pp. 288-299). Springer.