Positive Effects Of E-Learning

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According to Triandis (19711980), those people that experience the feeling of elation, joy pleasure or depression, disgust and hate has an effect and impact on the person behavior in using the technology for instant. Some researchers claimed that perceived enjoyment is categorized under an intrinsic motivation whereby the behavior is evoked through the feeling of pleasure, joy and excitement. In parallel, the perceived enjoyment significantly affects the intention to use the e-learning among students as proved by Davis et al. (1992). From Internet context, the perceived enjoyment have brought positive effects in terms of usage activities. In similar vein, e-learning exposed students to a new dimension to learn. It enable student to learn on…show more content…
Perceived enjoyment is one form of intrinsic motivation that has significant effects on students intention to use e-learning. Moreover, many researchers included perceived enjoyment into TAM to further explain the variable that may influent the intention to use e-learning. It will enable students to learn a new medium or system that will enhance their attitude towards learning in an attractive way. Hence, if students perceived the use of e-learning as enjoyable, they will increase their level of intention to use the e-learning. HYPOTHESIS H1. A positive relationship between perceived enjoyment and intention to use e-learning is significantly exists. METHODOLOGY RESEARCH DESIGN This research study is conducted to determine the relationship between perceived enjoyment and intention to use e-learning. The study possessed minimal interference due to the fact that the researcher is only distributing and administering the questionnaires to the students. POPULATION AND SAMPLE SIZE 2.1…show more content…
In this study, the questionnaires were distributed to the students in UiTM Puncak Alam by using the simple random sampling. The researchers distributed the questionnaires randomly to any students of Faculty Business and Management. DATA COLLECTION METHOD Primary and secondary data is used in this study as the data collection methods. a) Primary Data Primary data is defined as the information gained by the researcher through observation, interview and administered questionnaire. It refers to the firsthand data that was collected by researcher for the study. In addition, the data is needed to designate the problem of research. In this study, the questionnaire is used as the source of primary data. The questionnaires is consists of 30 questions that is related to the study. b) Secondary Data Secondary data is information gathered from previous study or researchers as references. It may come from various external sources including the newspaper, articles, journal and book. The researcher used the data from previous study since it is less expensive method to gather the data. The data from secondary data is useful and accurate for the study. VARIABLES AND

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