|Title:||Corporate employees' acceptance of mobile learning in workplaces in Taiwan||Authors:||Lu, Ming Hsin
|Keywords:||Acceptance | M-learning | Usability||Issue Date:||1-Jan-2015||Source:||Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2015||Start page/Pages:||468-470||Abstract:||
This study aimed to explore the recent m-learning status in workplace in Taiwan, and the association between usability and acceptance of m-learning. The results showed: (1) M-learning was currently not fully undertaken by employees, but they perceived tablets as more useful mobile devices than smartphones for m-learning. (2) Perceived ease of use was positively associated with frequency of use, and (3) the perceived ease of use is positively associated with the perceived usefulness of using smartphone for m-learning. Finally, the associations between frequency and perceived usefulness were different in using smartphones and tablets for m-learning.
23rd International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2015; Hangzhou; China; 30 November 2015 到 4 December 2015
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