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There is a lack of research that provides institutions with information on educators’ acceptance of mobile technology in higher education within the United States. This study utilized the Chen et al. (2013) extended technology acceptance model, that extended the original Davis (1989) TAM. In this research study, Chen et al. (2013) survey instrument provided the necessary tool to collect data from educators in higher education within the United States before COVID-19. The results showed statistical significance exists in relationships across the assessed factors of perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, perceived attitude toward use, and behavioral intention, which contribute to the acceptance of mobile technology in higher education. The study implies that institutions face a challenging task to understand the technology acceptance of educators as they incorporate the use of mobile technology to support their work and improve instructional practices.
Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals
2020 Proceedings of the EDSIG Conference Virtual Conference
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Pires, D., & Halawi, L. (2020). Mobile Technology in Higher Education: An Extended Technology Acceptance Perspective. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1520