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標題: 科技自律、任務價值、認知行為控制以及任務-科技配適度如何影響學生對電子教科書的使用意圖
How technology self-regulation, task value, perceived behavior control and task-technology fit affect students' intention to use e-textbook
作者: 許芳瑜
Hsu, Fang-Yu
關鍵字: e-textbook;電子教科書;task-technology fit (TTF);technology self-regulation;task value;perceived behavior control;intention to use;performance;任務-科技配適度;科技自律;任務價值;認知行為控制;使用意圖;績效
出版社: 科技管理研究所
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Innovative learning materials are continuously being developed, and the emergence of electronic books has strongly affected traditional paper-based materials. Although, currently, there is no dedication that electronic textbooks (e-textbooks) are used for school materials, there are related technologies and achievements in terms of relevant product research and development. E-textbooks retain the original characteristics and functions of paper-based materials, such as the abilities of point highlighting and notes taking. E-textbooks also provide additional learning features, such as the use of keywords and vocabulary searches, which help to increase learning efficiency. E-textbooks provide students with variety of learning methods, such as the voice guidance function that is not available in paper-based materials.
Aside from the fitness of e-textbooks and students' task learning, students' abilities is the most important. Therefore, this study applied task-technology fit (TTF), technological self-regulation, task value, and perceived behavioral control to investigate students' intention to use e-textbooks. It also identifies the performance impact of students' usage of e-textbooks. Questionnaires, scenario simulations, and statistical tests were utilized to verify the influence of various factors on the intention to use e-textbooks. The results of the study showed that e-textbooks (technology) could be adapted to students' learning tasks to significantly influence their intention to use e-textbooks. Technological self-regulation, task value, and perceived behavioral control significantly affected students' intention to use e-textbooks. The intention to use e-textbooks also influences performance. The results of this study explored the factors influencing students' intention to use e-textbooks; this information can be as a reference for future developments, designs, and promotions of electronic materials.
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