Smartphone Habits and Behaviors in Supporting Students Self-Efficacy


  • Abdur Razzaq Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Fatah
  • Yulia Tri Samiha Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Fatah
  • Muhammad Anshari Universiti Brunei Darussalam



Internet literacy, Mobile learning, Smartphone Habits, Self-Efficacy, Higher Education


The widespread of smartphones usage have increased the convenience of accessing information and knowledge sharing for higher learning students. University’s students are exposed with the multi channels of knowledge from various sources primarily from online learning’s resources. The study examines smartphone habit, internet literacy, and mobile learning in relation to self-efficacy. Self-efficacy refers to the internal forces of a student’s belief in the abilities in utilizing smartphone as educational aid in the context of mobile learning. This study deploys a quantitative approach in assessing the relationship between self-efficacy, internet literacy and smartphone’s habits for of university students. Understanding student self-efficacy is important factor to deliver an effective ways in supporting mobile learning activities. In addition to documenting the findings of self-efficacy and mobile learning, the research also represents a model of internal and external factors that affects student self-efficacy to make mobile learning successful.




How to Cite

Razzaq, A., Samiha, Y. T., & Anshari, M. (2018). Smartphone Habits and Behaviors in Supporting Students Self-Efficacy. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 13(02), pp. 94–109.