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Instructor's Smart Learning Acceptance : Focusing on TAM Model
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Instructor's Smart Learning Acceptance : Focusing on TAM Model
Kim, Do-Goan; Lee, Hyun-Chang; Rhee, Yang-Won; Shin, Seong-Yoon;
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 Abstract
While smart learning have been introduced for more learning effect, this study is to understand instructor's smart learning acceptance using technology acceptance model(TAM). This study developed the extended TAM model, including external pressure for smart learning and smart self efficacy for smart devices as study variables and attempted to examine the research model through the empirical analysis. The research model has the 7 variables including smart self-efficacy and external pressure. For the empirical study, the survey was conducted for the one month, March, 2016, and the total 143 data among the collected 167 responses were used for the empirical analysis. As the result of the analysis through the structural equation model, the 9 paths among the total 10 paths show the significant relationships between the variables. Through using the result of this study, it is to provide suggestions for the improvement of smart learning environments.
 Keywords
TAM;Smart learning;Instructor;Multi media;
 Language
Korean
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