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    Title: A technology diffusion approach to soft technology: Its design and effects
    Authors: Yu, Fu-Yun YU;Wu, Chun-Ping
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系
    Keywords: Technology acceptance and diffusion;task value;learning approaches;student questiongeneration
    Date: 2011-11-01
    Issue Date: 2013-01-15
    Publisher: Singapore: World Scientific Publishing
    Abstract: In light of the current state in which existing studies on the technology acceptance model are
    examined predominately in the context of hard technology, this study set out to examine the
    applicability of these results to soft technology. Also, in response to a call for more intervention-type studies in TAM, a technology diffusion approach to one specific soft-technology (student question generation learning strategy) was devised. Its impacts on learners’ perceived task value, learning approaches and their relationships were the focuses of this study. Results of t-tests and regression analyses indicated that learners in the diffusion group perceived the introduced learning strategy as having significantly higher value than did the non-diffusion group. Additionally, learners in the nondiffusion group were inclined to adopt the surface learning approach more frequently than the diffusion group. Last, the prediction effect of task value on learning approaches was supported for the deep learning approach for both groups but was not supported for the surface learning approach for either group. Empirical significance of the study as well as suggestions for instructional implementation and future studies are provided.
    Relation: Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning 6(3), pp.187-203
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Educational Technology ] Journal Article

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