Student adoption of web based video conferencing software: a comparison of three student discipline groups
Vitartas, P, Jayne, N, Ellis, A & Rowe, S 2007, 'Student adoption of web based video conferencing software: a comparison of three student discipline groups', ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning: Proceedings of the 24th Annual Ascilite Conference, Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite), pp. 1045-1052.
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This paper asks the question – how do differences in year of study and subject studied affect the likelihood of students adopting a new learning environment? Data from a study of students’ intention to adopt a Web conferencing environment is examined by the subjects in which they were enrolled. The results show that students’ perceptions of using the environment, as measured by a self-efficacy scale and motivation were related however there were few differences between the cohorts in other factors that influenced their intention to adopt the new environment.