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2020, vol. 37, br. 2, str. 191-200
Faktori koji utiču na učenje putem mobilnog telefona kod studenata zdravstvene nege na osnovu modela prihvatanja tehnologije
aSaveh University of Medical Sciences, Nursing Department, Saveh, I.R. Iran
bSaveh University of Medical Sciences, Social Determinants of Health Research Center, Saveh, I.R. Iran
cIran University of Medical Sciences, School of Medicine, Medical Education Department, Center of Educational Research in Medical Sciencess, Tehran, I.R. Iran

e-adresakoohestanihr@savehums.ac.ir
Ključne reči: učenje putem mobilnog telefona; usvajanje; student postdiplomskih studija zdravstvene nege; model prihvatanja tehnologije
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Učenje preko mobilnog telefona jedno je od ključnih ostvarenja u edukaciji 21. veka. Međutim, pored njegovih mogućnosti i funkcija, prihvatanje mobilnog telefona od strane studenata veoma je važan faktor za uspešno učenje. Ova studija bila je pokušaj određivanja efektivnih faktora u prihvatanju učenja putem mobilnog telefona i određivanja tipa odnosa između ovih faktora, kod studenata postdiplomskih studija zdravstvene nege, na osnovu modela prihvatanja tehnologije. Ova pregledna studija izvedena je kao deskriptivno-analitička studija. Ukupno 310 studenata Univerziteta medicinskih nauka u Savehu u Iranu, učestvovalo je u studiji koja je urađena 2018. godine. Za prikupljanje podataka korišćen je upitnik baziran na modelu prihvatanja tehnologije, čije su validnost i pouzdanost prethodno utvrđene. Analiza podataka urađena je kroz modeliranje strukturalne jednačine i konfirmatornu analizu putanje. Srednje vrednosti skora za sve varijable (opažena korisnost, lakoća korišćenja, stav prema korišćenju, namera korišćenja telefona i realno korišćenje), osim spoljašnjih faktora, bile su više od osnovnih prosečnih vrednosti (m ≥ 3), što ukazuje na dobro prihvatanje učenja putem mobilnog telefona od strane studenata. Najniže srednje vrednosti skora dobijene su za podršku učenja putem mobilnog telefona od strane profesora (spoljašnji faktor). Uočena je značajna korelacija među spoljašnjim faktorima, opaženoj korisnosti, stavu prema korišćenju i nameri korišćenja i realnoj primeni učenja putem mobilnog telefona (p < 0,05). Rezultati su podržali efektivnost konstrukta modela prihvatanja tehnologije i mogućnost predviđanja prihvatanja učenja putem mobilnog telefona. Faktori modela prihvatanja tehnologije bili su značajne determinante u prihvatanju učenja putem mobilnog telefona.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/afmnai2002191B
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 06.08.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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