Vol. 28 No.4 -01

Volume 28 Number 4, 2023

Web-Based Learning Resources and Students' Engagement: An Exploration

Vikas Gautam a*, Shalini Khandelwal b, Riyanka Dwivedi c
Department of Marketing & Business Strategy, ICFAI Business School Hyderabad, Telangana, India
b Department of HR & OB, ICFAI Business School, Gurgaon, India
c Robotics Architect, Bangaluru, Karnataka, India


Web-based learning is evolving as the new architype of modern education. The present research examined the extent to which student engagement (Vigor, Dedication, and Absorption) is affected by Web-Based Learning Resources (Availability, Usefulness, Easiness and Quality). Further, this study investigated the effects of need for achievement and self-efficacy on Web-Based Learning Resources (WBLR). The proposed study model was tested by employing higher order structural equation modeling. The results of the study established positive significant effect of WBLR on student engagement. Based on the results of this study, it is argued that the instructors of management education may efficiently assign their time and efforts to improve the student engagement. 


JEL Classification: M5, M31, M37


Keywords: student engagement, web based learning resources, self-efficacy, need for achievement, exploratory factor analysis, structural equation modeling



Cite this article: 

Gautam, V., Khandelwal, S., Dwivedi, R., 2023, Web-Based Learning Resources and Students' Engagement: An Exploration, International Journal of Business, 28(4), 001. https://doi.org/10.55802/IJB.028(4).001


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