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Exploring The Drivers of Technology Acceptance: A study on Pakistani University Student

Shamshad, Aiman and Mumtaz, Tasmia and Muhammad, Uzair and Abdul, Haseeb and Shah, Syed Jibran Ali (2020): Exploring The Drivers of Technology Acceptance: A study on Pakistani University Student.

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The purpose of this study is to validate the technology acceptance model (TAM) in an educational context to explore the drivers of technology on students of Pakistani university. Technologies have extended the teaching quality and open the new doors for the student to make their career highly professional. The data were collected from 508 students through online questionnaire in Pakistan. For analyzing the research model PLS-SEM partial least squares method to structural equation modeling was chosen to analyze the effect of Trialability, Attitude towards technology, Behavior intention, perceived ease of use, perceived enjoyment, facilitating condition, Perceived usefulness, Technology complexity and demographic factors. The gap which we have find is about underprivileged countries that are poor in technology and have not get advancement and success in there so many countries yet. Limitation for this study are we have collected the data from university students. The research is based on descriptive research. Researchers choose a no probabilistic convenience sampling technique to collect data as it is fast, inexpensive and easy. The finding of this study is that all the independent variable has positive and significant relationship with dependent variable. We recommend that future researcher can add more variable to the research and use most updated software version.

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