Technology Acceptance of Students: An Analysis of 100% Online Graduate Program

Ozturkcan, S., “Technology Acceptance of Students: An Analysis of 100% Online Graduate Program,” III. European Conference on Social and Behavioral Science, Feb 6-8, 2014, Rome, Italy, pg.220.

Posted: 30 Aug 2018

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Selcen Ozturkcan

Department of Marketing, School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University

Date Written: 2014

Abstract

MOOCs, massive online open courses have started to redefine a new use of Internet based technologies, as well as redefining students reach to university education. This paper investigates a 100% online graduate program, where students have no face-fo-face interaction with either the instructor or with their classmates, but complete their whole learning activity online.The antecedents behind the students' intentions to enrol in an online graduate program is researched via Technology Acceptance Model framework.

Keywords: MOOCs, Online Open Course, Technology Acceptance Model

JEL Classification: M00

Suggested Citation

Ozturkcan, Selcen, Technology Acceptance of Students: An Analysis of 100% Online Graduate Program (2014). Ozturkcan, S., “Technology Acceptance of Students: An Analysis of 100% Online Graduate Program,” III. European Conference on Social and Behavioral Science, Feb 6-8, 2014, Rome, Italy, pg.220.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3236177

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