Determinants of Teachers’ Continuance Intention to Adopt Virtual Learning Environment within Malaysian Schools
Keywords:Continuance intention, Virtual Learning Environment, TOE Framework
The adoption of virtual learning environment (VLE) has started to gain serious attention worldwide including Malaysia, where its usage during the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak has become a necessity. Nevertheless, the extent to which teachers have adopted the VLE and which factors are most influencing the continuance intention to adopt VLE post pandemic remain ambiguous. The objective of this conceptual study is to provide a conceptual framework in investigating the factors that most influence the continuance intention to adopt VLE among teacher in Malaysian school. This study overviews several important variables that may influence the continuance intention to adopt VLE from three contexts (technology, organization and environment) which include relative advantage, compatibility. observability, technological infrastructure, school support, technical support and government support. Finally, this study can improve the understanding about which factors that may encourage or hinder the continuance intention to adopt VLE in Malaysian school to enhance education quality for societal change.
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