The moderating effect of technology overload on the ability of online learning to meet students’ basic psychological needs
Published in Information Technology & People, 2021
We extend a theoretical framework for telecommuting to examine online learning. Additionally, we consider the role of technology overload and experience both as drivers and as moderators of students’ BPNs satisfaction and frustration in online learning. Our results provide valuable insights that can inform efforts to rebalance the deployment of ICTs to facilitate online educational experiences.
Recommended citation: James, T.L., Zhang, J., Li, H., Ziegelmayer, J.L. and Villacis-Calderon, E.D. (2021), The moderating effect of technology overload on the ability of online learning to meet students' basic psychological needs, Information Technology & People , Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead- of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/ITP-03-2021-0225