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Measuring Self-Regulation of Distance Learners: A Comparative Study of Science and Arts Students
International Journal of Distance Education and E-Learning
In distance learning, students' self-regulation and autonomy has vital place. Learner's selfregulation is a major predictor of the academic success of distance learner. The high rate of selfregulation increases the quality of distance education. Therefore, it is important to explore that how much self-regulated the distance learners are in a distance education mode. This study aimed at exploring the self-regulation strategies of science and arts students studying in a distance learningdoi:10.36261/ijdeel.v5i2.1048 fatcat:squ3civobzddtfseejuhnx2rne