INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE BY UNIVERSITY LECTURES: CASE STUDY AT APPLIED SCIENCE PRIVATE UNIVERSITY

  • Hanadi Al-Zegaier Assistant Professor, Business Administration Department, Applied Science University Amman, Jordan
  • Samer M. Barakat Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems Department, Applied Science University Amman, Jordan
  • Hasan Ali Al-Zu’bi Professor, Business Administration Department, Applied Science University Amman, Jordan

Abstract

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the Information Technology Acceptance by University Lectures within the applied science private university. Design/methodology/approach – A purposive sampling technique was Lectures to recruit 156 Lectures representing the desired range of demographic characteristics (e.g. gender, age, Educational Level, and Experience Years). Findings – This paper showed that there is not influence perceived usefulness on the acceptance on information technology usage, but there is influence perceived (ease of use, complexity, Computing support, and Management support) on the acceptance on information technology usage. Originality/value – The paper contributes to previous research by adding to existing knowledge regarding what constitutes Information Technology Acceptance. The paper makes key recommendations towards enhancing skills of teaching staff members at the fields of educational materials design and development for the use by modern IT methods.

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Published
2012-05-20
How to Cite
Al-Zegaier, H., Barakat, S. M., & Al-Zu’bi, H. A. (2012). INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE BY UNIVERSITY LECTURES: CASE STUDY AT APPLIED SCIENCE PRIVATE UNIVERSITY. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 8(10). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2012.v8n10p%p