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Title: Factors Influencing Faculty Members' Utilization of Interractive White Board for Teaching in Tertiary Institution
Authors: Shittu, A. T.
Gambari, A. I.
Bello, M. R.
Abdulrahman, M. A.
Keywords: Computer Self-efficacy
Attitudinal disposition
Behavioural intention
Issue Date: Jul-2016
Publisher: Ilorin Journal of Education
Citation: Shittu, A. T., Gambari, A. I., Bello, M. R. & Abdulrahman, M. A. (2016).Factors Influencing Faculty Members' Utilization of Interractive White Board for Teaching in Tertiary Institution. Ilorin Journal of Education, 35, 61 - 73.
Series/Report no.: 35;
Abstract: The study investigated factors influencing faculty members’ utilization of Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) for teaching, the study employed survey method. The faculty members trained at a workshop for the use IWB were used as the sample of the study. A survey instrument which was earlier validated and subjected to reliability check was administered to gather the data of the study. The four hypotheses tested were generated from the proposed model of the study, the data of the study was subjected to statistical analysis using (mean, standard deviation and regression analysis). The finding of the study showed that computer self-efficacy, school environment, Behavioural intention and attitude positively influence usage behaviour with effect size of (B = 40; B= 22; B =13; and B= 13 respectively, and the independent variable collectively explained usage behavior with 64% variance. The finding also showed that computer self-efficacy is the strongest factor, followed by school environment Based on these finding, it was recommended that periodic training and retraining be given to faculty members and that adequate resources are provided to guarantee and sustain the usage of IWB.
Description: National Journal
ISSN: 0189-6636
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