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    標題: An empirical investigation of computer simulation technology acceptance to explore the factors that affect user intention
    作者: Liu, Chien-Hung
    Huang, Yong-Ming
    貢獻者: 資訊多媒體應用系
    關鍵字: Computer simulations
    Technology acceptance model
    Facilitating conditions
    Computer self-efficacy
    Partial least squares
    日期: 2015-08
    上傳時間: 2016-04-19 19:03:29 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Springer Heidelberg
    摘要: While computer simulations have been shown to be effective with regard to supporting learning, little effort has been made to explore the factors that affect the intention to use such tools. This paper applies the technology acceptance model and examines two external variables, facilitating conditions and computer self-efficacy, testing a number of hypotheses. The results show that most of the hypotheses the authors developed before the study were supported by the data collected, and further reveal that perceived usefulness is the most important determinant of student intention to use a computer simulation, followed by attitude toward using and computer self-efficacy. Finally, both the implications and limitations of this study are discussed, and further research directions are proposed.
    關聯: Universal Access In The Information Society, v.14 n.3, pp.449-457
    Appears in Collections:[資訊多媒體應用系] 期刊論文

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