International Journal of Educational Research and Development

International Journal of Educational Research and Development


International Journal of Educational Research and Development
International Journal of Educational Research and Development
2020, Vol. 2, Issue 1
Students’ adoption of E-learning platforms: A comparative study in Uganda and Nigeria

Olema Hamiza, Sambo Martins, Clive Tsuma

This study focused on Students’ Adoption of E-Learning Platforms in Uganda and Nigeria. The aim of the study was to explore factors affecting students’ Adoption of E-Learning Platforms. A questionnaire was developed based on Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and Technology-Organization-Environment (T-O-E). Data was collected from 204 university students in Uganda and Nigeria. Kaduna State University students portray a higher degree of e-Learning adoption compared to the Makerere university students. Perceived behavioral control, change agents were very significantly correlated with actual use of e-learning At the Nigerian University. At the Ugandan university, technology development, behavioral intention to use system have significant positive association with Actual use of e-learning. Multiple regression results showed that both planned behavior theory and technology-organization-environment theory constructs are significant predictors of e-Learning adoption in the two universities at 32.5% and 14.4% respectively. Therefore, universities should create an enabling technology environment so as to boost student e-learning adoption.
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Olema Hamiza, Sambo Martins, Clive Tsuma. Students’ adoption of E-learning platforms: A comparative study in Uganda and Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 05-13
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