Perception of educators on the mediation role of ease of use in predicting the relationship between teacher competence and use behaviour

  title={Perception of educators on the mediation role of ease of use in predicting the relationship between teacher competence and use behaviour},
  author={Simmy Toc Kurian and Hareesh N. Ramanathan and Berislav Andrlic},
  journal={International Journal Vallis Aurea},
This paper analyses the relationship between the teacher technology competence and their use of technology under the mediating influence of ease of us 

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