User Behavioral Intention to Use Online Distance Learning (ODL): The Role of Self-Efficacy and Domain Knowledge
Keywords:Online Distance Learning, Domain Knowledge, Self-Efficacy, Behavioral Inten-tion
The rise of novel coronavirus 2019 has shifted the roles of education industry. Face-to-face have become a distant memory; students and educators are now heavily relying on the digital communication. Application such as Google Meet, Webex, Webinar, Stream Yard, Zoom, and many more have become the new norm among educators and students. However, the sudden dependency on the digital technologies raises a question on the user intention to use this new digital technology. Therefore, the objective of this study is to determine the role of self-efficacy and domain knowledge towards user behavioral intention to use online distance learning. An instrument was developed by adopting to previous instruments and was analyze using Statistical Package for Social Science and SmartPLS for inferential analysis. Findings shows that the exogenous variables are capable to explained between 47.8% to 68.1% of the endogenous variables.
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