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Technology Acceptance Model And Academic Performance Of Postgraduate Students: The Moderating Role Of Academic Self-Efficacy, Muhammad Asif Munir Dr., Pro. Dr. Ghulam Shabir Dr., Shahbaz Sharif Mr. Jan 2021

Technology Acceptance Model And Academic Performance Of Postgraduate Students: The Moderating Role Of Academic Self-Efficacy, Muhammad Asif Munir Dr., Pro. Dr. Ghulam Shabir Dr., Shahbaz Sharif Mr.

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Different models and theories have been tested in educational institutions to predict academic performance of the students. With the development of the technology and the advancement of communication channels, this study explores the impact of the usage of technology on student’ academic performance. For this purpose, the study aims at hiring technology acceptance model (TAM) to test the effect of the usage of social media on academic performance. TAM-core variables are comprised of five variables including perceived ease of use of social media, perceived usefulness of social media, intention to use of social media, and actual use of social media. …


Unveiling The Usage Of Technology In Higher Education Institutions (Heis) In Pakistan: A Study Employing Multi-Group Analysis (Mga), Muhammad Asif Munir Mr., Ghulam Shabir Dr. Jan 2021

Unveiling The Usage Of Technology In Higher Education Institutions (Heis) In Pakistan: A Study Employing Multi-Group Analysis (Mga), Muhammad Asif Munir Mr., Ghulam Shabir Dr.

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Technology has brought changes in the behavioral intentions of students in higher education institutions (HEIs). It also helps them to be creative and innovative during their studies at universities. Literature review reveals that technology acceptance model (TAM) has been widely studied but unfortunately the usage of technology at academia has never been comparatively measured between private and public higher education institutions. This study measures effects of TAM-core variables on academic performance of graduate students of public and private HEIs, additionally, the moderating role of academic self-efficacy between actual usage of social media and academic performance was tested. By using a …