A Proposed Framework between Internal, External and Pedagogy Dimensions in Adoption of Interactive Multimedia e-Learning
Fathia Lahwal, Ajlan S. Al-Ajlan, Mohamad Amain
Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education Volume 17, Number 4, ISSN 1302-6488
This study focuses on interactive multimedia e-learning aims to improve our understanding about the dynamics of e-learning. The objective is to critical evaluate and better understand the interrelationships in the proposed framework between internal, external and the pedagogy dimensions in adoption of interactive multimedia and e-learning. It develops a tool to measure creative user adoption of interactive multimedia and e-learning services by using Partial Least Squares algorithm as the method of estimation and the major analytical tool in this study. Finding of a small scale data sampling of students in United Kingdom indicate that the proposed measurement framework is an acceptable fit with the data. Overall, the findings supply a precise tool for measuring creative user adoption of interactive multimedia and e-learning services, providing further insights for researchers and may provide to guide research and practice in interactive multimedia and e-learning by using communication media.
Lahwal, F., Al-Ajlan, A.S. & Amain, M. (2016). A Proposed Framework between Internal, External and Pedagogy Dimensions in Adoption of Interactive Multimedia e-Learning. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 17(4),. Retrieved March 21, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/193847/.
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