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|Title:||An Acceptance of Mobile Learning for Higher Education Students in Thailand|
|Publisher:||Faculty of Informatics, Doctor of Philosophy Program in Information Technology Sripatum University, Bangkok 10900|
|Abstract:||The objectives of this research are to assess the likelihood of acceptance in mobile learning (m-Learning) and study main factors that effect to use mLearning that focus on higher education students in Thailand. The researchers use a quantitative and qualitative approach to survey on 390 students. The samples are selected on the probability basis that using the stratified random sampling under the different area by divided into 2 groups: (1) the private universities and (2) the public universities in Thailand. We use questionnaires for collecting the data. In addition, the modified acceptance framework that based on the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) model is adopted to determine the factors that influence the students’ intention to use m-Learning. The results from statistical analysis show that the acceptance level of students on m-Learning is in the high level.|
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