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A Study on Vocational High School Students’ Behavioral Intention to Use E-learning Platform based on the Technology Acceptance Model: The Moderating Effect of Self-Directed Learning
Technology Acceptance Model
Vocational High School
This study was aimed to discuss the use of DeltaMOOCx e-learning platform among vocational high school students by exploring the behavior intention when applying the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Additionally, analyzing the self-directed learning upon the attitude of perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness as adjustment variables, in order to understand the effectiveness. The samples of is study were more than 370 vocational high school students majored in Electrical and Electronic cluster in Taipei and New Taipei City. With the help of teachers from electric machinery relevant courses, we included the DeltaMOOCx e-learning platform into the education system, which has went forward to implementing a Questionnaire to targeted students. We have used descriptive statistics analysis, structure equation modeling analysis and regression analysis methods resulting from quantitative data, to support statistical analysis. The main research conclusion includes: 1. While Vocational High School students using the e-learning platform to study Electric machinery, the feeling of the platforms ease of use, usefulness, attitude and behavior are positive. 2. The Vocational High School students have an overall model fit for the perceived ease of use, usefulness, attitude and intentions of the e-learning platform. 3. The higher the self-directed learning skills of the vocational high school students, the stronger the perceived ease of use influences the attitudes. According to the above conclusion, the main suggestions contain: 1. The Vocational High School students are capable of using the appropriate e-learning platform to help their studies. 2. Teachers should value the promotion and cultivation of the students’ self-directed learning skills. 3. Future research can expand the study scope and group of subjects, in order for reference for teachers, school administration and the following related research.
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