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|Title:||A Case Study on the Continuing Use of Personal Response System in Taiwan from the Perspectives of IS Success Model, Motivation and Agency Theory|
|Abstract:||Personal response system (PRS) is increasingly adopted in Taiwan’s higher education. As the literature mainly reports studies in UK and USA and involves few theories or models in education domain, this study attempts to conduct a small-scale case study to empirically test the perceptions of Taiwan’s college students on PRS usage from the perspectives of related theories of information system success model, motivation, and agency theory. As an initial effort in investigating PRS adoption theories from the perceptions of Taiwan’s college students, this study provides important results and implications to extend PRS usage studies to a global scope with a wider base of theoretical support.|
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