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The Predictability of Perceived enjoyment and Its Impact on the intention to use Mobile learning systems

Faisal Mubuke, Cosmas Ogenmungu, Geoffrey Mayoka. K, Ayub Kutosi Masaba, Wesimika Andrew

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Abstract


Although M-learning is spreading in the world, there is a lack of research addressing the impact of perceived enjoyment as one of the main predictors in enhancing students’ intention to use M-learning systems in Universities. This study focused on identifying the impact of Perceived enjoyment on influencing the intention to use M-learning in university environment. Study participants comprised 370 students from Makerere University and Kampala University, with several constructs related to Perceived enjoyment being measured. Results indicate, through Correlational analysis, that perceived enjoyment showed the great impact on the intention to use M-learning.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15520/ajcsit.v7i1.52

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