A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF CULTURAL INERTIA ON STUDYNET/CANVAS USE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING AT A POST-92 UNIVERSITY
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Since this line of inquiry is underrepresented in the literature on technology adoption, this study investigates the effect of inertia on technology usage and acceptance in Higher Education institutions. The paper considers the benefits and drawbacks of using technology, especially studynet/canvas and its effect on teaching and learning, as well as why some people embrace technology more slowly than others. The researcher used open-ended questions to assess the views of UH academics and students on a variety of topics, including self-efficacy, for example, self-confidence and self-belief in ones ability to master new technology compatibility instructor effectiveness and facilitating conditions and then analysed their overall influence on teaching and learning, especially in relation to technology use, adoption and acceptance in HEIs. The researcher discovered that users have a high level of self-efficacy, and compatibility has also been suggested to play a significant role in user adoption of the platform.
[Sheku Kakay (2021); A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF CULTURAL INERTIA ON STUDYNET/CANVAS USE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING AT A POST-92 UNIVERSITY Int. J. of Adv. Res. 9 (Jul). 730-746] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
University of Hertfordshire
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/13175
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/13175
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