Extend of TAM Model with Technology anxiety and Self-Efficacy to Accept Course websites at University Canada West

Saleh Ali NuriAbdalla

Abstract


Learning technology is the use of technology to support the learning process - widely known as e-learning. In higher education, this term refers to educational web sites such as online courses. The acceptance of technology in the learning process depends on some crucial factors. This research paper investigated the relationship among several variables that are related to educational technology performance based on the technology acceptance modal (TAM).  The respondents were 61 students who are studying in the University Canada West (both undergraduate and postgraduate). Descriptive, correlation and multiple regressions were conducted to date. The results of the investigation showed that there was a positive correlation relationship among variables except of one variable, technology anxiety that was not correlated with the others. The multiple regressions resulted that two of independent variables, perceived of ease and self-efficacy, had a significant positive effect on the intention of use.

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