An insight into the effect of culture on academics and students use, adoption and application of technology in teaching and learning.
Cultural influences of technology use and acceptance in Higher Education Institutions
The study show that, there is a high degree of confidence in relation to canvas use and further identified several cultural factors influencing the self-efficacy of canvas at the University of Hertfordshire, including capacity building, digital assistant, engagement, notification and complexity. In addition, the study demonstrated that, communication, capacity building, digital assistant, convenience and chat options significantly influences the compatibility of canvas use at UH. The study further affirmed that, technology upgrade, accessibility, workload, capacity building and confidence significantly affects instructor effectiveness in using the platform. Lastly, the study further highlighted adaptation, technological support, availability of chat option and timeliness as essential for providing appropriate facilitating conditions for the use, acceptance and adoption of the canvas platform.
|Short title||AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF CANVAS ON TEACHING AND LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE?|
|Effective start/end date||24/06/19 → 10/08/20|
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