Prifti Rezart, Ana Shkreta



Student Perception and Behavioural Changes in Blended Learning Implementation

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In this paper, we investigate students’ behavior and attitude toward blended learning by comparing first time and second time users. A sample of 202 first time users and 60 experienced users has been analyzed. As derived from the data analysis, looks there are significant differences on students’ perceptions and attitudes toward blended learning usage as first- and second-time experience. Moreover, we identify that the three external variables multimedia instruction, content quality and LMS selfefficacy have a positive effect on perceived usefulness and ease of use for the first-time users, meanwhile for experienced users perceived usefulness is affected only by content quality and LMS self-efficacy, and ease of use affects content quality and multimedia instructions.


blended learning, perceived usefulness, perceived ease to use, behaviour intention, tam model


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Prifti Rezart, Ana Shkreta. (2022) Student Perception and Behavioural Changes in Blended Learning Implementation. International Journal of Education and Learning Systems, 7, 116-127


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