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    標題: Key Factors of Successful e-Learning Implementation for Medical Continuing Education in Taiwan:Ability, Environment and Intend to use
    作者: Su-Feng Tseng
    Pei-Ling Kuo
    Ching- Hui Chou
    Tzu-Hsien Lee
    貢獻者: 老人服務事業管理系
    日期: 2009-01-08
    上傳時間: 2011-10-28 15:32:05 (UTC+8)
    摘要: With the advent of the Internet age makes people's lives change and learning style. Since the advantage of time and space unstrained that promote the trend of electronic learning (e-learning) or web learning was in vogue. This trend also will spread to the medical and health industry, the educational model of e-learning was applied in the continuum medical educational (CME) recently. Nevertheless, the acceptance of CME with e-learning for medical personnel is obscure in Taiwan. The key factors to affect the intend for use e-learning of medical personnel were multi-dimensional and diversify, especially the effects of individual and environment factor should be take into account. The purpose of this study was to know the use intention of e-leaning for CME in medical personnel and exploring the related factor to affect the use intention of e-leaning for CME. Finally we want to test the applicable of technology successful use model (TSUM) in e-learning use intention.
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