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C2019 value embedding e-learning using DEMATEL during coronavirus disease

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Abstract: Various forms of blockade have prompted higher education institutions (HEI) to suddenly shift from face-to-face physics courses to e-learning environment on an unprecedented scale in modern history. Despite the prevalence of coronavirus disease in 2019, on the positive side, it also brings challenges related to individual learners and scholars. This sudden change promotes the continuity of his teaching process. This work is based on the recently reported values enhanced technology adoption (veta) model, which incorporates individual values into technology acceptance modeling. Although it provides important insights for academia in evaluating e-learning adoption, the current literature is flawed. Motivated by addressing these limitations, this study reevaluated nine comparisonscts of the VETA model using the decision-making trial and evaluation laboratory (DEMATEL). Results indicate that effort expectancy, hedonic motivation, price value, habit, security, tradition, conformity, achievement, power, and hedonism constructs cause performance expectancy, behavioral intention, and social influence. The DEMATEL captures and models the causal relationships between these constructs within an analytical framework, which induces some variations of the recent empirical findings. Finally, the perception of self-achievement among academics drives the intention to adopt e-learning. The findings offered in this work are crucial to the evolving literature of COVID-19 on education, particularly in informing the design of initiatives and measures to enhance e-learning.

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