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Smart Phone Use For Learning: A Study On University Of Ghana Students

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- Enablers
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Eunice Sarfoah

The main objectives pursued by this study was to investigate the adoption factors most relevant in student use of smartphone as a learning tool, and also to investigate the role of educators (lecturers) in students’ resolution to learning via smartphones, as well as investigate factors that inhibit the use of smartphones as a learning tool. The study found significant statistical associations between all the smartphone adoption factors, i.e. performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social expectancy, facilitation conditions and students’ willingness and ability to learn with smartphones.


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West Africa,

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