The Roles of Self-Efficacy and Domain Knowledge on Users Behavioral Intention to use Online Distance Learning
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Keywords

Self-Efficacy
Domain Knowledge
Perceived Usefulness
Perceived Ease of Use
Attitude
Behavioral Intention

How to Cite

Mohamad Rosman, M. R., Arshad, I. H., Md Saleh, M. S., Abdullah, N., Fadzil, F. H., & Mohd Zawawi, M. Z. (2021). The Roles of Self-Efficacy and Domain Knowledge on Users Behavioral Intention to use Online Distance Learning. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 8(2), 63-67. https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v8i2.1843

Abstract

Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has shifted the educational landscape for the past year. Face-to-face interaction has become a distant memory. It signals the emergence of digital landscape with the dependency on online distance learning (ODL) application such as Google Meet, WebEx, Zoom, and Microsoft Team. The dependencies on this software raise the issue of the willingness and user behavioral intention to use such application. Therefore, this study investigated the roles of self-efficacy and domain knowledge on the user behavioral intention to use ODL. A quantitative research methodology was adopted; instrument was adopted from previous study before following rigorous testing, pretest, pilot study, and actual data collection. The findings were then analyze based on relationship or inferentil and descriptive analysis.

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