Learning Resource Management from Investigating Intrinsic Motivation in Various Learning Environments
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RAILEAN, Elena; TROFIMOV, Victoria; AKTAS, Daiva. Learning Resource Management from Investigating Intrinsic Motivation in Various Learning Environments. In: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Ediția a 14-a, Vol. 1191, 30 iulie - 2 august 2020, Chişinău. Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG., 2020, pp. 131-142. ISBN 978-303049888-7.
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Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Ediția a 14-a, Vol. 1191, 2020
Conferința "Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management"
Chişinău, Moldova, 30 iulie - 2 august 2020

Learning Resource Management from Investigating Intrinsic Motivation in Various Learning Environments


DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-49889-4_12
Pag. 131-142

Railean Elena1, Trofimov Victoria2, Aktas Daiva3
 
1 The American University of Moldova,
2 University of European Political and Economic Studies “Constantin Stere”,
3 Vilniaus Kolegija University of Applied Sciences, Vilnius
 
Disponibil în IBN: 7 aprilie 2021


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The puzzle of whether psychological issues are improving or harming resource management has been plaguing researchers for decades. Derived from the metasystems learning design theory, this study argued that studying intrinsic motivation in the diversity of learning environments improves our understanding of the state-of-art in the frontier area of psychology and resource management. To test this hypothesis, first, it was generalized motivation theories; then, it highlighted the scope of the Metasystems Learning Design Theory and, finally, developed an online survey using Google Drive. Data were collected from 114 respondents physically located in various countries. Our results confirmed a strong scientific bridge between intrinsic motivation and lifelong learning within the scope of resource management. Thus, all our respondents live in the diversity of learning environments, and most of them identify themselves as explorers, researchers, and observers. Their main motivation to be in the diversity of learning environments is argued by visiting new places and exploring new cultures. The principal external source of motivation is to achieve higher status in a job, secure professional advancement, and stay abreast of competitors. Moreover, motivation is not only about the power to control some aspects of human work, but also about the motivation of employees to manage their life evaluated as successful adaptation of employees or/and organisation at environmental challenges. Most young people possess a visual learning style. Future works of our research group will develop the metasystems learning design theory of motivation to work in a challenging world using as the baseline the survey format presented in this article.

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feedback, intrinsic motivation, Learning environments, motivation theories, Organisational psychology, Resource management