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This infographic presents a model showing how students form connections to different kinds of resources, along with the criteria they use to decide on which resource to choose. The navigation process is governed by three consecutive stages: planning, cognitive processing, and evaluation. The cyclic movement of these three stages ensures the chaotic navigation between the nodes. Three main criteria were reported as the main factors steering the learner’s choice of nodes in the learning networks: self-efficacy, eligibility, and feasibility of the resource.
Based of scientific work:
Aldahdouh, A. A. (2018). Jumping from one resource to another: how do students navigate learning networks? International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41239-018-0126-x