Extended Technology Acceptance of Mobile Technology in Higher Ed: A Reliability & Validity Test of a Scale
Aeronautics, Graduate Studies
The objective of this research study is to study the mobile technology acceptance of educators in the higher education industry in the United States. This study utilized the Chen et al. (2013) extended technology acceptance model, that extended the original Davis (1989) TAM. The study incorporated path analysis to determine estimates of the magnitude and significance of hypothesized causal connections between sets of the study variables. The researchers investigated the reliability of the survey instrument for the sample with Cronbach’s alpha. There were five variables of interest in the study, perceived resources, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, attitude toward use, behavioral intention, and technology use with two dimensions, incorporating frequency of use and duration of use. The research question, hypotheses, and current state of research are presented and discussed.
Issues in Information Systems
IACIC: International Association for Computer Information Systems
Scholarly Commons Citation
Pires, D., & Halawi, L. (2019). Extended Technology Acceptance of Mobile Technology in Higher Ed: A Reliability & Validity Test of a Scale. Issues in Information Systems, 20(4). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1356