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The effective development of a computer based assessment (CBA) depends on students' acceptance. The purpose of this study is to build a model that demonstrates the constructs that affect students' behavioral intention to use a CBA. The proposed model, Computer Based Assessment Acceptance Model (CBAAM) is based on previous models of technology acceptance(More)
This study identifies the constructs that affect male and female students' behavioural intention to use a computer based assessment (CBA). It extends the Computer Based Assessment Acceptance Model (CBAAM) (Terzis & Economides, 2011) by taking into consideration the genders. An appropriate survey questionnaire was completed by 56 male and 117 female(More)
Researchers in the Information Systems (IS) field have put considerable effort on identifying how personality affects technology acceptance. This study is a further step towards this direction within the context of Computer Based Assessment (CBA). Particularly, it investigates how the five personality factors affect the most important variables regarding(More)
In the last decade many governments have created e-services in order to deliver instant and advanced services to their citizens. One of the major transactions between the state and the citizens is tax filling and payment. This paper highlights critical factors that make a tax web site successful. Its purpose is the creation of an integrated evaluation(More)
Emotions are very important during learning and self-assessment procedures. Measuring emotions is a very demanding task. Several tools have been developed and used for this purpose. In this paper we evaluate the efficiency of the FaceReader during a self - assessment test. We compared instant measurements of the FaceReader with the researchers' estimations(More)
Emotions are very important during learning and assessment procedures. However, measuring emotions is a very demanding task. Several tools have been developed and used for this purpose. In this paper, the efficiency of the FaceReader during a computer-based assessment (CBA) was evaluated. Instant measurements of the FaceReader were compared with the(More)
The Information Systems (IS) community has put considerable effort on identifying constructs that may explain the initial/continuance use of computer based learning or assessment systems. This study is a further step toward IS continuance acceptance delivered in Computer Based Assessment (CBA) context. Specifically, it aims at the exploration of continuance(More)
Predicting student's performance is a challenging, yet complicated task for institutions, instructors and learners. Accurate predictions of performance could lead to improved learning outcomes and increased goal achievement. In this paper we explore the predictive capabilities of student's time-spent on answering (in-)correctly each question of a(More)
The user's acceptance of Computer Based Assessment (CBA) Systems is examined with the help of the Computer Based Assessment Acceptance Model (CBAAM) in the two different cultures of Greece and Mexico. The study was conducted by delivering the same CBA system to students of identical courses in Greece and Mexico. The research data were analyzed using Partial(More)
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