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姓名 黃惠慈(Hui-Tzu Huang)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 資訊工程學系
論文名稱 探討學生對行動式立即反饋系統的 科技接受行為-以創意學習為例
(Investigate students’ technology acceptance behavior to mobile interactive response system. - A case study in creative learning course.)
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摘要(中) 在過去幾年,電腦輔助學習系統和網頁輔助學習系統已經被大量發展。許多研究證明電腦輔助學習系統和網路輔助學習系統確實能有效提升學習者的學習成效和動機,如果學習環境中可以透過學習輔助即時提出問題並迅速獲得反饋結果,將能更進一步提升學習者的學習成效。因此本研究提出行動式立即反饋系統來輔助學習,藉由科技接受模型2來探討此系統的使用者行為並且透過迴歸分析來驗證。實驗結果指出研究模型中的八個假說有六個假說是支持的,這六個假說分別是主觀規範、認知易用性、認知有性均會正向影響使用意圖; 且主觀規範、輸出品質會正向影響認知有用性; 認知易用性也會正向影響認知有用性。而工作關聯性與認知有用性因為兩變項間彼此沒有達到顯著相關,成果展示性與認知有用性亦沒有達到顯著相關,因此假說不支持。
摘要(英) In the past few years,there were numerous computer-assisted learning systems and web-assisted learning systems have been greatly developed. Many studies confirmed that computer-assisted learning systems and web-assisted learning systems could improve learners’ learning performance and motivation effectively. In learning environment, if learners could ask questions instantly and got feedback quickly through learning tools, then learning performance would be further enhanced. Therefore, this study proposed mobile interactive response system to assist students’ learning. Used Technology acceptance model 2 to probe into user behaviors. And hypotheses were validated through regression analysis. The results showed that there were six hypotheses supported in the proposed eight hypotheses. These six hypotheses included subjective norm, perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness could positively impact on intention to use. Subjective norm, output quality could positively impact on perceived usefulness. Perceived ease of use could positively impact on perceived usefulness. On the other hand, job relevance and perceived usefulness had no significant correlation. Result demonstrability and perceived usefulness had no significant correlation too. Thus these two hypotheses were not supported.
關鍵字(中) ★ 行動式
★ 立即反饋系統
★ 科技接受模型2
關鍵字(英) ★ Mobile
★ Interactive response system
★ Technology acceptance model 2
論文目次 中文摘要 i
ABSTRACT ii
致謝 iii
目錄 v
圖目錄 vii
表目錄 ix
一、 緒論 1
二、 文獻探討 4
2-1立即反饋系統(IRS) 4
2-2科技接受度理論 6
2-2-1理性行為理論 6
2-2-2科技接受模型 8
2-2-3科技接受模型2 9
三、 行動式立即反饋系統 12
3-1網頁操作介面 12
3-1-1登入區 12
3-1-2頻道區 12
3-1-3出題區 13
3-1-4統計區 14
3-2行動裝置操作介面 15
3-2-1 Android 版-登入區 15
3-2-2 Android 版-頻道區 16
3-2-3 Android 版-題目區 17
3-2-4 Android 版-投票區 18
3-2-5 iOS 版-登入區 19
3-2-6 iOS 版-頻道區 19
3-2-7 iOS 版-題目區 20
3-2-8 iOS 版-投票區 21
四、 研究方法 22
4-1研究模型與假說 22
4-2科技接受問卷 24
4-3實驗活動 27
4-3-1系統使用教學 27
4-3-2觀看創意學習影片 27
4-3-3針對影片進行問題討論及意見交換 27
4-3-4填寫科技接受度問卷 28
五、 結果與討論 29
5-1描述性統計 29
5-2相關分析 30
5-3迴歸分析 32
5-4開放式問答結果 39
六、 結論 41
參考文獻 42
附錄一 49
附錄二 50
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