The studies of influencing factors to technology acceptance use in online instruction

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kanjanawan Vinitpittayakul


The purpose of this study was to study the factors that influence technology acceptance in online-learning. It led to plan online-learning policy for maximum efficiency by literature review in various countries. It was concluded that factors affected to technology acceptance in online-learning included perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, attitude, quality factors, subject norm, instructors characteristics, previous experience and perceived behavior control.

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Vinitpittayakul, kanjanawan. (2023). The studies of influencing factors to technology acceptance use in online instruction. Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-Ok Social Science Journal, 12(2), 119–126. Retrieved from
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kanjanawan Vinitpittayakul, Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-ok

Faculty of Engineering


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