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Assessing the Perception of Academic Staff in Using E-Learning: Bruneian Perspective

Journal: Brunei Darussalam journal of technology and commerce (Vol.6, No. 1)

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Page : 11-24

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The present study investigates the eighty-six academics from the two faculties of a technical university to identify the factors responsible for establishing the intentions to adopt e-Learning. The study uses the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) as a reference framework to understand the e-learning behavioral intentions and is based upon survey methodology. The result shows that majority of staff have a positive attitudes toward the e-learning with a mean of 3.64. The result further suggests that staff’s attitude toward elearning and subjective norms; the two important underlying constructs of TRA are significantly related to their intention to use e-learning systems. The implications of these findings are discussed, and some conclusions are drawn for the relevant authorities.

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