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An Empirical Study on the Efficacy Output of Internet English Learner Autonomy—Based on the Online Course "English Intensive Reading 2" of Wuhan University of Technology

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DOI: 10.25236/hecb.2023.027


Yueqin Wu, Lina Lu

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Lina Lu


Even though learner autonomy and online courses have received a lot of attention, few research has been deepened recently on the efficacy output of learner autonomy in relation to online course study. In order to close the gap, this study analyzes and evaluates the efficacy output of online English learner autonomy based on data from attentively chosen students who took the same online course. To show the elements influencing students' learner autonomy performance, both qualitative and quantitative methodologies are used in the research. In addition to examining attitudes, approaches, abilities, and efficiency, it is discovered that self-awareness of one's own learning capacity will be a more comprehensive aspect included in the notion of learner autonomy, which sheds fresh light on learner autonomy and efficacy output in the future.


Learner autonomy, Efficacy output, Online course study, Attitude