An Analysis of ODL Student Perception and Adoption Behavior Using the Technology Acceptance Model
IRRODL Volume 15, Number 6, ISSN 1492-3831 Publisher: Athabasca University Press
This paper presents an empirical study aiming on investigating ODL students' perception and adoption of SCORM Compliant Learning Object (SCLO). With the increasing use of SCLO in recent years, a better understanding and implementation of effective instructional resources is necessary to meet the diverse needs of ODL students and enhance their learning performance. The eventual usage of relevant stakeholders determines the success of a system. The system is useless if it is not used in the expected way by the potential users even though it is a good system. Therefore, the aim of this research is to examine if ODL students will eventually use SCLO for their learning. The study used TAM as a basis to investigate the relationship of external and internal variables. A survey instrument eliciting responses on a series of Likert-type questions was given to selected ODL undergraduate students. The results of this study confirm that users' perception has significant effect on the acceptance and adoption of SCLO. The study provides a better understanding of students' behavior on SCLO and the acceptance model.
Khor, E.T. (2014). An Analysis of ODL Student Perception and Adoption Behavior Using the Technology Acceptance Model. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 15(6), 275-288. Athabasca University Press.
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