Resource Capabilities Of Virtual Learning System And Its Adoption Behavior Among University Students Stanley
by Yap Gui Kang, M.S.B. Siddiq and Assoc. Prof. Dr. MohdYaziz Bin Mohd Isa
Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management, (2017), Vol. 8, Issue 1
This research’s main objective is to identify the possible factors that impact the resource capability and adoption behavior of virtual learning systems among university students in Malaysia. The effectiveness and efficiency of virtual learning systems are primary factors that impact the resource capability and adoption behavior of virtual learning systems among university students while the flexibility of technology has a positive driving power but is less significant.
This indicates that most students who participated in the research are aware of the existence of virtual learning, and have personal preferences on virtual leaning systems before adopting it.
This research also provides insights for institutes and universities to develop and implement virtual learning systems that suit the preferences of their students to improve adoption behaviour of a virtual learning environment.
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