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Does Use of ICT Relate with the way it is Perceived? Evidence from Makerere University

  title={Does Use of ICT Relate with the way it is Perceived? Evidence from Makerere University},
  author={F. E. K. Bakkabulindi},
The survey sought to establish how perceived relative advantage, computability, user friendliness and observability related to use of ICT. Quantitative data was collected from 145 teachers, 124 administrators and 175 students using a questionnaire, whose validity and reliability were assessed using Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Cronbach’s alpha respectively. Descriptive analysis was done using percentages and means, while hypotheses were tested using Multiple Regression. Results suggested… 

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