Technology Acceptance Model and E-learning

  title={Technology Acceptance Model and E-learning},
  author={Maslin Masrom},
The technology acceptance model (TAM) proposes that perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness predict applications usage. The study-in-progress investigated TAM for work-related tasks with the e-learning, and used TAM as a basis for hypothesizing the effects of such variables on the use of e-learning as the application. Elearning has become an increasingly popular learning approach in higher education institutions due to the rapid growth of Internet technologies in Malaysia. It has been… CONTINUE READING
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