Presentation Proposals for GLoCALL 2021

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Presenters
Main presenter
Ms. Sharina SILVARAJ
Affiliation
HELP UNIVERSITY (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia)
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Presentation details
Presentation title
The attributes of Microsoft Teams that influence undergraduate students intention to continue using it for online learning
Presentation abstract
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an abrupt shift, forcing universities to switch from physical learning to online learning using e-learning platforms, such as Microsoft Teams. It is vital to explore students’ intention to continue using Microsoft Teams, considering e-learning is the only option for students to continue learning during the pandemic and could be a possible learning option in post-pandemic. A quantitative study was conducted to identify attributes of Microsoft Teams that influence the intention of undergraduate students to continue using it at a private university in Kuala Lumpur. The attributes of Microsoft Teams were developed based on Rogers’ Diffusion of Innovation model. A validated survey instrument adopted from Moore and Bensabat (1991) was used to collect data via an online survey using a simple random sampling method. Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics using regression analysis were used to analyze the data from 71 respondents. Findings from the study showed that the attributes of Microsoft Teams have a fairly moderate influence on undergraduate students’ intention to continue using Microsoft Teams for online learning.Findings from the study contributed to understanding how undergraduate students are leaning toward embracing innovation, such as Microsoft Teams for e-learning.
Original submission
Keywords
Microsoft Teams, online learning, diffusion of innovation, undergraduate students, higher education institutions, intention to use
Topic
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
Possible presentation times
Presentation video
https://glocall.org/mod/bigbluebuttonbn/view.php?id=835
Comments or questions
Submitted by
SHARINA SILVARAJ
Submitted: Tuesday, 31 August 2021, 2:34 PM [JST]
Modified: Tuesday, 12 October 2021, 7:58 AM [JST]
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Schedule
Schedule number
303-P