COVID-19 fears and e-learning platforms acceptance among Jordanian university students
International Journal of Data and Network Science
Broadening the approval and usage of technology to study online education is not a novel study subject, and several researchers have addressed it. However, the production of a systematic Technology acceptance model capable of examining online education adoption in the current Covid-19 is seen as a vital research path. Literature research was conducted to evaluate the most used external influences of innovation adoption regarding online learning acceptance. The search revealed that computer self-efficacy, corona apprehension, perceived ease of use, and perceived usefulness are the external factors for technology acceptance. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the variables that online education programs' approval among students can influence. 185 students from Jordan's Al-Zaytoonah University and Applied Science Private University participated in the online research. The online questionnaire system in this report was analyzed using SmartPLS tools. According to the findings, perceived usefulness, behavioral intent of use, self-efficacy, and Corona fear all positively affect the adoption of online education programs. The findings of this study were used as a required input in the latest online education interactive analytical production that was used extensively during the pandemic.
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