A Model on the Use of Ubiquitous Technology (U-Tech) as a Learning Tool

@inproceedings{Sedek2014AMO,
  title={A Model on the Use of Ubiquitous Technology (U-Tech) as a Learning Tool},
  author={Muliati Sedek and Rosnaini Mahmud and Habibah Ab. Jalil and Shaffee Mohd Daud},
  year={2014}
}
Reviews of related literature reveal that factors, namely the Technology Competency (TC), Performance Expectancy (PE), Effort Expectancy (EE), Behavioural Intention (BI), Facilitating Conditions (FC) and Social Status (SS) influence ubiquitous technology usage.. Thus, the focus of this study was to confirm whether the determined factors contribute towards ubiquitous technology or u-tech such as laptops, smartphones and tablets. At the same time, it also aims to develop. a new  model on the… CONTINUE READING

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