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|Title:||Questionnaire to measure Educational Technologies Acceptance in Moroccan Public Universities|
García-Peñalvo, Francisco J.
Rodríguez-Conde, Mª José
|Publisher:||GRIAL Research Group|
|Citation:||Martínez-Abad, F., García-Holgado, A., García-Peñalvo, F. J., Rodríguez-Conde, M. J. (2019). Questionnaire to measure Educational Technologies Acceptance in Moroccan Public Universities (Technical Report GRIAL-TR-2019-007). Retrieved from http://repositorio.grial.eu/handle/grial/1548 Salamanca, Spain: GRIAL Research Group. doi:10.5281/zenodo.2582080.|
|Series/Report no.:||Technical report;GRIAL-TR-2019-007|
|Abstract:||The project “Support to the Higher Education system in Morocco within the framework of a rapprochement with the European Higher Education Area” (Appui au Système de l'Enseignement supérieur au Maroc dans le cadre d'un rapprochement avec l'Espace européen de l'Enseignem), is an European Project whose general objective is accompanying, assisting and promoting the reform of the Moroccan higher education system within the framework of its strategic vision 2015-2030 and its approach to the European Higher Education Area in order to improve the employability of graduates and the governance of the university system. In the development of Component 3 (Mission 3.1), Diversification des modalités d’enseignement (stratégie e-learning), it is important to know the perception and opinion of teachers from Moroccan public universities related to the state, use and prospection of educational technologies in their teaching activity. To achieve this objective, a questionnaire based on the extended TAM model has been designed (Technology Acceptance Model). Thus, an evaluation model is proposed in which, in addition to evaluating the 3 usual dimensions of the TAM models (perceived utility, perceived facility, behavioural intention), 7 external dimensions are included related to social influence (Subjective norm; Social image), the professional context (Voluntariness, relevance, results of use, external control of the tool) and the personal context (Anxiety).|
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