Giải thích mức độ tham gia học trực tuyến của sinh viên Trường Đại học Nha Trang bằng việc vận dụng Mô hình chấp nhận công nghệ mở rộng (Extended Technology Acceptance Model - ETAM)

Các tác giả

  • Nguyễn Thị Nga Trường Đại học Nha Trang
  • Nguyễn Thị Quỳnh Trang Trường Đại học Nha Trang
  • Mai Văn Luông Trường Đại học Thủ Dầu Một

Tóm tắt

Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) has been widely used in recent time as a means of predicting the extent to which new technologies will be adopted in the field of information systems. The paper studies on adjusting TAM model with extended variables including: efficiency and anxiety using computers and variables in the original TAM model to explain online learning behavior of students at the University of Dentistry. The results of this study have demonstrated the predictive ability of the extended TAM in discovering the online learning behavior of students at Nha Trang University in the context of online learning in Vietnam. From there, it helps educational institutions in general and Nha Trang University in particular pay attention to factors on the part of learners to improve the level of online learning participation and further enhance the implementation of online learning in higher education curricula.

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Nguyễn , T. N., Nguyễn , T. Q. T., & Mai , V. L. (2021). Giải thích mức độ tham gia học trực tuyến của sinh viên Trường Đại học Nha Trang bằng việc vận dụng Mô hình chấp nhận công nghệ mở rộng (Extended Technology Acceptance Model - ETAM). Tạp Chí Giáo dục, 506(2), 53–58. Truy vấn từ


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