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Perceptions and attitudes of upper Myanmar students and parents towards online learning: a case study of an internationa school in Mandalay during the COVID-19 pandemic (2021)
The aim of this study was to analyse and compare students’ and parents’ perceptions and attitudes towards online learning. The research took place at an international school in Mandalay, currently undergoing a period of online learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A seeming widespread disinclination towards this form of instruction lead to a focus on perceptions and attitudes and use of the Technology Acceptance Model. The reason for comparing the generations was to determine whether students, ‘digital natives’, would take more readily to online ...
(Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)
This research is conducted to explore the factors affecting intentions to use car- sharing service in Thailand. There are six hypotheses and seven variables which are perceived quality, emotional value, consumer uncertainty, product image, consumer aspiration, attitude towards service, and intention to use. The primary data were gathered from 100 respondents who are living in Thailand and have experienced in carpooling service before at least one time. The questionnaires were distributed online through social networks. The five-point ...
This empirical analysis evaluates the correlation among various determinants including usefulness, communication, customer value, satisfaction, reputation, trust, commitment, and intention to use and to recommend the online file transfer services in Thailand. For this work, the researcher conducted the survey method online questionnaire to obtain the primary data from participants. The details of the sample are provided in Table-2. Twelve hypotheses were tested by using Pearson Correlation Coefficient and Multiple Regression. Ten hypotheses ...
(Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2015)
With so many technologies available today to help support and promote an institution’s campus culture, students and instructors feel overwhelmed with what they should use for enhancing communication. Trends like “Facebook”, “Twitter” “Google +”, “Skype”, You-Tube” and “Line” are making the rounds in education, but what do these trends means for instructors and students, and how are they affecting teaching and learning practices and communication? For example, if smart devices and applications are popular among students, which ones are ...