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Perceived characteristics as correlates of ICT adoption in Makerere University.

Bakkabulindi, Fred E. K.; Nkata, James L.; Amin, Martin E.

Abstract:
This Paper reports on part of a survey of ICT adoption in Makerere University. The Survey of teaching staff, senior administrators and postgraduate students, sought to investigate links between ICT adoption and perceived ICT characteristics (its perceived relative advantage, compatibility, user friendliness and observability). Results indicated low
levels of ICT adoption, and the perceived ICT characteristics significantly affecting ICT adoption were; perceived relative advantage and observability of ICT. Appropriate recommendations toward making ICT to appear more relatively advantageous and observable in the respective units in Makerere University were accordingly suggested, in order to enhance ICT adoption in the University.

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Document Title: Perceived characteristics as correlates of ICT adoption in Makerere University.
Journal: Nkumba Business Journal
Volume: 8
No. of Pages: 110-126


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Contributory Studies and Research Approaches
Country:Uganda
Keywords:ICT (Information & Communication Technology), Innovation, Innovation and Higher Education, Makerere University, Uganda


File Size:401 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author and publisher
Date Added:08 May 2009


Bakkabulindi, Fred E. K.; Nkata, James L.; Amin, Martin E. (2009). Perceived characteristics as correlates of ICT adoption in Makerere University. Nkumba Business Journal. vol.8 pp.110-126.