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2019.
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ABSTRACT: Higher education institutions implement lecture capturing technology (LCT) to provide students access to recorded course lectures. Consequently, institutions can experience barriers implementing LCT related to lack of student use of the technology. This study's purpose was to examine whether performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, and facilitating conditions influence undergraduate nursing students' decisions to use LCT after attending face-to-face lectures at a state college in Florida. The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) served as the theoretical framework. This study incorporated a quantitative correlational design and used a modified UTAUT survey instrument to determine if there are statistically significant relationships among the UTAUT constructs and LCT use. A linear regression was performed, and the results suggested there was a statistically significant relationship between the performance expectancy construct and use of LCT, r(116) = .647, p < .01, two-tailed; the effort expectancy construct and use of LCT, r(116) = .249, p < .01, two tailed; and the social influence construct and student use of LCT, r(116) = .255, p < .01, two tailed. A multiple regression analysis suggested performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, and facilitating conditions statistically significantly predicted student LCT usage, F(4, 113) = 21.32, p < .001. The R2 = .430 with a large effect size (f2 = .754). The results from this study add to the limited body of knowledge on LCT use and provide technology leaders with a better understanding of factors contributing to student use of LCT, which can be used for future research.
Title: Examining factors that influence student use of lecture capturing technology.
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Name(s): Adrian, Todd Lee, author.
Type of Resource: text
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Academic Theses.
Academic Theses
Issuance: monographic
Date Issued: 2019.
Publisher: University of West Florida,
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Florida :
Physical Form: electronic resource
Extent: 1 online resource (x, 142 pages)
Language(s): eng
Summary: ABSTRACT: Higher education institutions implement lecture capturing technology (LCT) to provide students access to recorded course lectures. Consequently, institutions can experience barriers implementing LCT related to lack of student use of the technology. This study's purpose was to examine whether performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, and facilitating conditions influence undergraduate nursing students' decisions to use LCT after attending face-to-face lectures at a state college in Florida. The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) served as the theoretical framework. This study incorporated a quantitative correlational design and used a modified UTAUT survey instrument to determine if there are statistically significant relationships among the UTAUT constructs and LCT use. A linear regression was performed, and the results suggested there was a statistically significant relationship between the performance expectancy construct and use of LCT, r(116) = .647, p < .01, two-tailed; the effort expectancy construct and use of LCT, r(116) = .249, p < .01, two tailed; and the social influence construct and student use of LCT, r(116) = .255, p < .01, two tailed. A multiple regression analysis suggested performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, and facilitating conditions statistically significantly predicted student LCT usage, F(4, 113) = 21.32, p < .001. The R2 = .430 with a large effect size (f2 = .754). The results from this study add to the limited body of knowledge on LCT use and provide technology leaders with a better understanding of factors contributing to student use of LCT, which can be used for future research.
Identifier: 1127639386 (oclc), WFE0000645 (IID)
Note(s): by Todd Lee Adrian.
Department: Department of Instructional Design and Technology
Advisor: Nancy Hastings
Dissertation (Ed.D) University of West Florida 2019
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Subject(s): University of West Florida
University of West Florida
Dissertations, Academic
Library Classification: LD1807.F62j 2019 A357
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Host Institution: UWF
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(OCoLC)1127639636

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