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University Student Affairs staff
A Study on the Relationship between Lifelong Learning and Self-efficacy of the Student Affairs Staff of National Universities in the Northern Taiwan. Abstract This study explored the relationship between lifelong learning and self-efficacy of the student affairs staff of National Universities in the Northern Taiwan. The staff members serving in the State-run Universities in the Northern Taiwan in the academic year of 2012 were surveyed by means of a lifelong learning questionnaire, which includes some personal background items, as well as a self-efficacy scale. The sample size was 400 of which 357 were effective, with a return rate of 89.25%. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, independent sample test, one-way ANOVA, and Pearson product-moment correlation. The results are as follows: 1. The staff tended to have high scores in various sections of lifelong learning survey, and the highest score was with "lifelong learning cognition." 2. The staff tended to have at least above the average scores in various dimensions of self-efficacy scale, and the highest score was with "frustration tolerance." 3. The staff had significant differences in lifelong learning scale responses due to gender, age, marital status, educational attainment and choices of lifelong learning actions in the past 5 years. 4. The staff had significant differences in self-efficacy scale scores due to gender, age, marital status, educational attainment and choices of lifelong learning actions in the past 5 years. 5. There was a moderate positive relationship between lifelong learning and self-efficacy. Based on the research findings, recommendations for future researches, the student affairs office and its staff, as well as the authorities were proposed. Keywords: University Student Affairs staff, lifelong learning, self-efficacy
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