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Survey Paper | Information Technology | Iraq | Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
Proposed Model to Identify the Influencing Students' Behavioral Intention to Use Mobile Learning: A Perspective from a Different Countries Case Study
Zainab Dalaf Katheeth | Bashar Dheyaa Noor | Ammar Dheyaa Noor 
Abstract: Recent advancements in electronic learning and mobile computing resulted in a new technological approach called mobile learning. The concept of mobile learning is the provision of education via portable devices such as tablets and laptops. However, mobile technology remains limited by factors such as connectivity and battery life, security, memory, and screen and key sizes. This study proposes a model that can be used to identify factors that can influence intention to use mobile learning by promoting interactivity between students and instructors. A total of 23 models linked to use in mobile learning were reviewed and analyzed, and we were able to pinpoint factors such as Performance Expectancy, Effort Expectancy, Social Influence, Facilitating Conditions, and perceive enjoyment the most significant vis-?-vis influence on the intention of utilize mobile learning. This study also outlines the proposed model, the development of the hypotheses pertaining to this work, and the possibility of future works on this topic.
Keywords: mobile learning, Learning Model, intention to use, factor influence
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021,
Pages: 1341 - 1348