The acceptance and effectiveness of interactive online learning in virtual face-to-face learning technology Online publication date: Wed, 12-Feb-2020
by Achara Suksakorn; Arnon Tubtiang
International Journal of Innovation and Learning (IJIL), Vol. 27, No. 2, 2020
Abstract: In this research, influential factors affecting the acceptance of Interactive online learning in virtual face-to-face learning technology of high school students in non-formal education, in Thailand were studied based on the new modified unified theory of acceptance and use of technology conceptual framework. The result shows all factors accept the hypotheses at the significance level of 0.05, where R2 of Y1 = 0.702 and R2 of Y2 = 0.602. The theory's result is consistent with the post-test score after study using interactive online learning in virtual face-to-face technology is greater than the pre-test one. The data obtained from the analysis can be used for planning and developing to meet users' needs, to help users gain more knowledge towards using interactive online learning in virtual face-to-face learning technology and can be served as a guideline for related researches, accomplishing the academic results in mathematics and other subjects in the future.
Online publication date: Wed, 12-Feb-2020
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