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The influence of the home learning environment on middle school students’ use of ICT at school

Posted on 26 Aug 2015 with 0 comments
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This paper reports on a contemporary study using structural equation modeling (SEM) of students’ ICT use for social, leisure and school study, their attitudes towards that technology and their self-perceived competence with the technology across the domains of home and school. The study results suggest that technology usefulness and ease of use are key dimensions of students’ attitudes and acceptance towards ICT in both the home and school.


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