Undergraduate Business students’ pedagogical use of ICT: The case of Pentecost University College

Abstract

This study was intended to investigate undergraduate business students’ pedagogical use of ICT, their attitudes toward the use of ICT and factors contributing to their use of ICT. A total of 180 students participated in this study. Descriptive statistics, multivariate analysis of variance and multiple regression analysis were used to analyze the findings. The result of this study found that students’ pedagogical use of ICT was high. Also, students showed positive attitudes toward the use of ICT. Factors such as affection, compatibility, simplicity (“complexity” before the negative items were reversed), peer support, competence and access were found to be related to technology use. Moreover, peer support and affection were found to be linked with students’ ICT usage. Finally, peer support was found to be the strongest determinant of students’ technology use.

Buabeng-Andoh, C. and Agyekum, S. (2014) Undergraduate Business students’ pedagogical use of ICT: The case of Pentecost University College. Transformations, [online] Vol. 1(1). Available at: http://educationstudies.org.uk/?p=3431 [Accessed 18 Nov, 2017].


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