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Effects of Communication, Mindfulness, and Self-Efficacy on the Performance of Online Collaboration
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Effects of Communication, Mindfulness, and Self-Efficacy on the Performance of Online Collaboration
Lee, Jong Man;
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 Abstract
This study aims to examine the effects of communication, mindfulness, and self-efficacy on the performance of online collaboration. The survey method was used for this study, and data from a total of 80 university students were used for the analysis. And structural equation model was used to analyze the data. The results of this empirical study is summarized as followings. First, communication and mindfulness have positive effect on self-efficacy. Second, communication do not have a direct effect on online collaboration performance but self-efficacy mediates the communication effect. Third, mindfulness do not have a direct effect on online collaboration performance but self-efficacy mediates the mindfulness effect. In this study, we suggested the importance of self-efficacy in building the performance of online collaboration.
 Keywords
Online Collaboration;Communication;Mindfulness;Self-Efficacy;
 Language
Korean
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