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Title: 幼教人員對資訊科技接受態度之調查研究
Other Titles: The Survey Study of Early Childhood Educators' Attitudes toward Information Technology Acceptance
Authors: 陳儒晰
Ru-Si Chen
Issue Date: Mar-2013
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學教育心理學系
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
Abstract: 本研究以新竹市、新竹縣與苗栗縣幼教人員為研究對象進行問卷調查,探討其對資訊科技融入幼教活動的科技接受態度之認知意向。研究者自編「資訊科技接受態度量表」問卷,包括「易用性」、「有用性」、「使用意向」、「使用行為」與「專業合作」等5個層面,運用結構方程模式分析幼教人員對此議題之想法。研究結果顯示,問卷的假設因素構念之測量模式檢定具合理適配,結構模式的路徑關係證明研究假設之成立。研究發現指出幼教人員對資訊科技融入幼兒教學活動與行政管理作為的使用容易程度和工作實務效益之態度,正向影響其在幼教場域應用資訊科技的使用意向與應用行為,且有助於發展資訊專業的協同合作態度。最後,研究者針對研究發現進行討論並提出未來研究之參考。
The purpose of this study is to explore the early childhood educators' cognitive attitudes towards information technology acceptance in HsinChu City, HsinChu County, and MiaoLi County through a questionnaire survey. For this survey, the researcher developed a questionnaire that consisted of five factors, including ease of use, usefulness, attitudes toward usage, usage behaviors, and professional collaboration. The survey data were analyzed through structural equation modeling. The results conformed that this measurement model expresses reasonable quality by confirmatory factory analysis. The structural model analysis was used to investigate the study hypotheses in latent constructs. The results indicated that early childhood educators' perception of the ease and usefulness of information technology being integrated into instructions and managements positively influenced their usage attitudes and behaviors. Their attitude toward information technology was positively associated with developing educational professional collaboration using information technology with colleagues. Finally, implications of the findings are also discussed in the study.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw//handle/77345300/11319
Other Identifiers: 943C4B0D-4C45-90B1-4573-CA99452EFC84
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