Determinants of hospitality students’ perceived learning during COVID 19 pandemic: Role of interactions and self-efficacy

Prabhu, Narayan B. M and Bolar, Kartikeya and Mallya, Jyothi and Payini, Valsaraj and Thirugnanasambantham, K (2022) Determinants of hospitality students’ perceived learning during COVID 19 pandemic: Role of interactions and self-efficacy. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, 30 (2022). ISSN 1473-8376

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Abstract

Our study adopts the Theory of Transactional Distance (TTD) as the theoretical framework to investigate the impact of the four interaction levels: content, instructors, peers, and technology on perceived learning among hospitality students with self-efficacy as the moderating factor. The data sample for the study includes responses from 461 hospitality students from various institutes in India. Our findings reveal that all the four-point of interactions, content, instructors, peers, and technology, have a significant positive impact on perceived learning. Further, learners’ interaction with the content was emerged as the most significant predictor of perceived learning. The data was put to moderation analysis, with results suggesting that self-efficacy has a conditional effect only on the interaction between content and perceived learning

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Online learning Transactional distance Model of interaction, Self-efficacy, Learner-content, interaction
Subjects: Hotel Management > WGSHA Manipal
Depositing User: WGSHA EPrints Administrator
Date Deposited: 30 Nov 2021 09:04
Last Modified: 27 May 2022 06:06
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/157797

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