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研究生: 陳氏娥
研究生(外文): Tran Thi Nga
論文名稱: The Acceptance of E-Learning by Users on University Education Programs in Vietnam
論文名稱(外文): The Acceptance of E-Learning by Users on University Education Programs in Vietnam
指導教授: 溫嘉榮
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 100
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 67
中文關鍵詞: E-learningUniversity Education ProgramVietnamDistance EducationTechnology Acceptance ModelUser Acceptance
外文關鍵詞: E-learningUniversity Education ProgramVietnamDistance EducationTechnology Acceptance ModelUser Acceptance
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The main purpose of this study was to examine the user’s acceptance of E-learning applied in unversity education programs in Vietnam which detailed in four objectives:to identify what factors had significant influence on the behavioral intention of using E-learning; to examine how these factors influenced the behavioral intention of using E-learning; to examine how users were willing to accept using E-learning in Vietnamese universities; and to find out if there was significant difference in the behavioral intention of using E-learning and on other internal factors across demographic factors.
The research was conducted based on the well-known Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with extensions to employ for the analysis. Quantitative data of the questionnaire survey was gathered from Master in Information System Management 2 class (MIS2 class), teachers and students of Phuong Dong University and Ha noi Open University. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS 14.0) was used for analyzing the collected data by a combination of statistical procedures.

The main purpose of this study was to examine the user’s acceptance of E-learning applied in unversity education programs in Vietnam which detailed in four objectives:to identify what factors had significant influence on the behavioral intention of using E-learning; to examine how these factors influenced the behavioral intention of using E-learning; to examine how users were willing to accept using E-learning in Vietnamese universities; and to find out if there was significant difference in the behavioral intention of using E-learning and on other internal factors across demographic factors.
The research was conducted based on the well-known Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with extensions to employ for the analysis. Quantitative data of the questionnaire survey was gathered from Master in Information System Management 2 class (MIS2 class), teachers and students of Phuong Dong University and Ha noi Open University. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS 14.0) was used for analyzing the collected data by a combination of statistical procedures.

ABSTRACT  i
Acknowledgements  ii
Tables of Contents  iii
List of Tables  v
List of Figures  vi
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1. Research Background  1
1.2. Research Motivation  1
1.3. Research Purpose and Research Questions  2
1.4. Scope and Research Limitations  3
1.5. Terminology  3
1.5.1. E-Learning  3
1.5.2. User Acceptance  4
Chapter 2 Literature Review  5
2.1. What is E-Learning?  5
2.2. E-Learning in Vietnam  6
2.2.1. Internet in Education  6
2.2.2. E-Learning in Vietnam  7
2.3. Critical Factors in E-Learning Environment  8
2.4. User Behavior in Acceptance of Technology  10
2.5. Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Application of TAM in Student Environment  14
2.6. Literature of Factors in Research Model  15
2.6.1. External Variables  15
2.6.2. Internal Variables  20
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  22
3.1. Research Framework  22
3.2. Research Questions and Associated Hypotheses  23
3.3. Subjects and Sampling  25
3.4. Instrument Design  25
3.4.1. The Questionnaire Construct  26
3.4.2. The Reliability  28
3.5. Data Collection  30
3.6. Data Analysis  31
3.7. Research Procedure  33
Chapter 4 Data Analysis  34
4.1. Descriptive Analysis  34
4.2. T-Test and ANOVA Analysis  36
4.2.1. T-Test  36
4.2.2. ANOVA Test  36
4.3. Correlation Analysis  37
4.4. Linear Regression Analysis  38
4.4.1. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H1  38
4.4.2 Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H2  39
4.4.3. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H3  39
4.4.4. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H4  40
4.4.5. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H5  40
4.4.6. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H6  41
4.4.7. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H7  42
4.4.8. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H8  42
4.4.9. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H9  43
4.4.10. Linear Regression Analysis for Testing Hypothesis H10  43
4.5. Factor Analysis  44
4.6. Path Analysis  47
4.7. Research Finding  47
4.7.1. What Significant Factors Influence User’s Acceptance of E-learning  48
4.7.2. How Students were Willing to Accept Using E-learning  48
4.7.3. Users’ Comments and Suggestions  48
Chapter 5 Results  52
5.1. Conclusions  52
5.2. Discussions  52
5.3. Suggestions  52
References  54
APPENDIX A  58
APPENDIX B  63

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