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Research Scale of College Students' Attitude towards Learning under the Influence of Artificial Intelligence

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2023.070401 | Downloads: 27 | Views: 524


Jiabei Tang 1


1 Suryadhep Teachers College, Rangsit University, Pathum Thani, Bangkok, Thailand

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Jiabei Tang


Intelligence and information are important elements in the current development of education, where research on the application of artificial intelligence has been a hot topic in recent years. The assessment using a scale is an important method to explore the learning situation of learners. The article combines three dimensions of artificial intelligence, college students' learning status, and ability development to design the scale, and obtains samples through actual surveys to test the scale. The results show that the scale has good reliability and validity, good internal consistency among the items, a good fit to the scale structure, and meets the index requirements of the scale design. The scale is suitable for investigating the influence of artificial intelligence on college students through information-based university teaching, can provide a basis for the application and development of artificial intelligence in colleges and universities, and can provide scientific help for college students to better use artificial intelligence.


Artificial Intelligence; High Education; Scale


Jiabei Tang, Research Scale of College Students' Attitude towards Learning under the Influence of Artificial Intelligence. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2023) Vol. 7: 1-6. DOI:


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