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Undergraduate Nursing Students' User Satisfaction and Affective Experiences of Collaborative Information Behavior

Jisu Lee 1 Kyoungsik Na 2

1숙명여자대학교
2건국대학교 문헌정보학과

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ABSTRACT

This study examines undergraduate nursing students’ user satisfaction and affective experience of collaborative information behavior in a group-based learning through survey method to see the relationship between these factors. For this purpose, the affective experiences (positive and negative aspects) of collaborative information search were examined using the PANAS scale through the same questionnaire. Correlation between students’ experiences of collaborative information search and affective aspects were examined, and statistical significance using the t-test were also conducted to measure the relationship among students’ demographic factors, experiences of collaborative information search and affective aspects. The results revealed that there was a significant correlation between experiences of collaborative information search and affective aspects. Also, there were significant relationships among students’ demographic factors, experiences of collaborative information search and affective aspects. In particular, there were signigicant differences in students’ overall satisfaction of collaboration and positive aspects between male and female students who experienced collaborative information search. This study found out the possibilities for a follow-up study for affective aspects in collaborative information behavior.

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