TITLE

INFLUENCIA DE LAS MEDIDAS INSTITUCIONALES Y LA COMPETENCIA TECNOL�GICA SOBRE LA DOCENCIA UNIVERSITARIA A TRAV�S DE PLATAFORMAS DIGITALES

AUTHOR(S)
Tirado, Ram�n; Aguaded, J. Ignacio
PUB. DATE
June 2012
SOURCE
RELIEVE - Revista Electr�nica de Investigaci�n y Evaluaci�;Jun2012, Vol. 18 Issue 1, Special section p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The objective of this study is to empirically test the theoretical model that explains the influence of primary and secondary factors on the integration of digital platforms in university teaching. A sample of 495 teachers from universities in Andalusia completed an online questionnaire that analysed the functions of usage, the digital materials used, the didactic and technological competence of the teaching staff, the support measures adopted by the institutions and the effect on teaching of platform use. Prior factor analysis and the application of the Amos program enabled us to develop a structural equation model to corroborate the indirect influence of the support measures and institutional recognition on teachers in their use of the platforms, and the direct influence of the teachers' technological proficiency.
ACCESSION #
77847570

 

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