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研究生: 阮孟軍
研究生(外文): Nguyen Manh Quan
論文名稱: Barriers for teachers to use Internet as a Teaching Aid in Rural Areas of Vietnam - An Example of Upper Secondary Schools in Dienbien Province
論文名稱(外文): Barriers for teachers to use Internet as a Teaching Aid in Rural Areas of Vietnam - An Example of Upper Secondary Schools in Dienbien Province
指導教授: Ming Hsiung Hsiao
指導教授(外文): Ming Hsiung Hsiao
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: 2011
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 65
中文關鍵詞: Internet use as a teaching aidBarriers for internet useVietnam educationEducation Network ProjectDienbien provinceTAM
外文關鍵詞: Internet use as a teaching aidBarriers for internet useVietnam educationEducation Network ProjectDienbien provinceTAM
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2008, Vietnam Military Telecom Corporation (Viettel) has donated and deployed Education Network Project which connects all the schools, educational institutions into Internet, help educational institutions enhance the applying ICT in educational management and teaching – learning activities. Up to 2010, the Education Network Project has connected to Internet for about 100% upper secondary schools, 75% of lower secondary schools and 40% of primary schools in whole country.
In the cities which has a good conditions on geographic as well as the economic, the Internet use of teacher for teaching is quite convenience. But in the difficult areas as well as the rural areas, the internet use of teachers has been facing disadvantages, obstacles, limitations and reduces the effectiveness of the Internet because of the limitation of Internet infrastructure, Internet use skills of teachers, the lack of foreign language (English), as well as the limitation of finance in the school, etc.
Base on the survey on Internet use in 28 upper secondary schools in Dienbien province (one of the difficult as well as a rural areas in Vietnam) on Internet use in school, the author wants to identify the barriers for teachers in using Internet in teaching in the rural areas of Vietnam.


Abstract  i
Acknowledgment  ii
Table of Content  iii
List of Tables  vi
List of Figures  viii
Abbreviations  ix
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1 Research Background  1
1.1.1 The World’s Internet  1
1.1.2 The Internet in Vietnam  2
1.1.3 The Internet in Dienbien Province, Vietnam  3
1.2 Research Motives  5
1.3 Research Purpose:  6
1.4 Research Procedure:  6
Chapter 2 Literature Review  7
2.1 Vietnam Education  7
2.2 Education Network Project  10
2.3 Rural Areas in Vietnam  16
2.4 Internet Use as a Teaching Aid  18
2.5 Technology Acceptance Model  22
2.6 Barriers of Internet Use as a Teaching Aid in Rural Areas in Dienbien Province  23
2.6.1 Attitude to use  23
2.6.2 Perceived usefulness  23
2.6.3 Perceived easy of use of Internet  24
2.6.4 Internet Connection Service  24
2.6.5 Digital Content on Internet  25
2.6.6 Internet Exploring Skill of Teachers  26
2.6.7 Foreign Languages of Teachers  26
Chapter 3 Research Design and Methodology  28
3.1. Research Framework  28
3.2. Research Hypotheses  29
3.3. Operational Measurement for the Research Constructs  31
3.4. Sampling Process  34
3.5. Research Methodology  35
3.5.1 Descriptive Statistics  35
3.5.2 Factor Analysis  35
3.5.3 Reliability Analysis  35
3.5.4 Regression Analysis  36
Chapter 4 Data Analysis and Result  37
4.1. Descriptive Analysis of Sample Demographics  37
4.2. Factor Analysis  38
4.3. Reliability and validity of variables  40
4.3.1 Internet Connection Service (ICS)  41
4.3.2 Internet Mining Skill (IMS)  41
4.3.3 Digital Content on Internet (DCI)  42
4.3.4 Foreign Language Skill (FTL)  43
4.3.5 Perceived Easy of Use (PEU)  43
4.3.6 Perceived Usefulness (PU)  44
4.3.7 Attitude to Use (ATU)  45
4.3.8 Behavioral Intention to Use (BIU)  45
4.3.9 Reliability and validity of variables  46
4.4. Descriptive statistics of study variables  47
4.5. Hypothesis testing  48
4.5.1 Linear Regression Analysis for Perceived Easy of Use  48
4.5.2 Linear Regression Analysis for Perceived Usefulness  50
4.5.3 Linear Regression Analysis for Attitude to Use  51
4.5.4 Linear Regression Analysis for Behavioral Intention to Use  52
Chapter 5 Conclusion  55
5.1. Findings and contribution  55
5.2. Implications  57
5.3. Limitations  58
Referencen  59
Appendix 1 Research Questionnair  63



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