Mediating Role Factors Affecting on Adoption e Learning among Academic Staffs in Jordanian Universities

The goal of this study is to look at the elements that influence whether or not Jordanian universities will adopt e-learning. E-learning as a supplement to traditional classroom mode and total electronic learning are the two models of e-learning observed among adopting institutions. The first model has only recently been introduced to the respondents in this study. The paper uses a research model based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) to discover the elements that affect intention to embrace e-learning, taking a social and technical approach in its examination. The model includes key ideas that may impact technology use, including instructors’ attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioural control, perceived utility, ease of use, normative beliefs, Internet self-efficacy, perceived accessibility, and university support. Instructors were chosen using a stratified random sampling process. The associations between the constructs were evaluated using Hierarchical Multiple Regression Analysis. The study gives some data on the factors that influence e-learning adoption intentions. It also addresses some of the findings’ theoretical and practical consequences.

Author (s) Details

Manal A. Altawalbeh
Department of Special Education and Educational Technology, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Middle East University, Amman, Jordan.

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