Impact of Technologies During COVID-19 Pandemic for Improving Behavior Intention to Use E-learning

Ragad M. Tawafak, Ghaliya Muslem ALFarsi, Jasiya Jabbar, Sohail Iqbal Malik, Roy Mathew, Abir AlSidiri, Mohanaad Shakir, Awanis Romli


This comprehensive study to review the technology impact during the COVID-19 pandemic that elucidates the overarching of technology usage to technology enhanced learning which assisted to enhance the behavior intention to use technologies among undergraduates. Recently, higher education institutions suffer from the impact of using emerging technologies with electronic learning during COVID-19 pandemic for improving student academic performance in higher educational institution. The main purpose in this study is to determine the impact of technology enhanced learning that allow the students to emerge technologies and software's to develop their skill and improve their academic performance. The method should influence critical instructions in the way of online learning through the COVID-19 pandemic.  The results revealed that the unique features of TEL spur and encourage the behavior intention to use e-learning. Additionally, social learning, perceived deterrents, and internal controls contribute to behaviors.


COVID-19; TEL; Higher education Institutions; Learning environment; student performance.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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