Acceptance and use of MOODLE

North-Samardzic, Andrea 2015, Acceptance and use of MOODLE [data collection], doi: 10.4225/16/5636E5C83861B.

Field of Research 080602 Computer-Human Interaction
Socio Economic Objective 930599 Education and Training Systems not elsewhere classified
Type of research activity Pure basic research
Name of data collection Acceptance and use of MOODLE
Creator(s) North-Samardzic, AndreaORCID iD for North-Samardzic, Andrea
Date completed 2015-10-28
ANDS collection type dataset
Description of resource 1 .sav file
Keyword(s) MOODLE
learning management systems
higher education
Language eng
Summary Learning management systems such as Moodle have become an integral part of today’s universities. While commonly used throughout the world, there has been disproportionate attention to peoples’ acceptance and use of such technologies. What is worth specific attention is how students may perceive learning technologies differently to their professors. Using the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology or UTAUT this dataset illustrates attitudes towards and usage behaviours of Moodle for both students and academics. The findings point to key similarities and differences, the latter of which departs from extant literature that suggests no difference between generations. However given the lack of support for the UTAUT model, it is suggested that theoretical models of technology acceptance and use need to evolve to appropriately capture the environment of higher education in which learning management systems such as Moodle are used.
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Contact details (physical) North-Samardzic, Andrea
Access conditions Data is open to all for private study and fair use only. Enquires should be addressed to Dr Andrea North-Samardzic.
DOI 10.4225/16/5636E5C83861B
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