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In a voluntary online community structure, Western Governors University seeks to find correlations between adult learners’ self-efficacy, community participation and academic success. Based on surveys of 164 new Education students, self-efficacy was not correlated with either participation measures of interaction or academic measures of success.

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Adult Learning Communities: Does Self-Efficacy Pre-Determine Participation?

In a voluntary online community structure, Western Governors University seeks to find correlations between adult learners’ self-efficacy, community participation and academic success. Based on surveys of 164 new Education students, self-efficacy was not correlated with either participation measures of interaction or academic measures of success.