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Research Hypotheses

 

Hypothesis means the statement about unknown population parameter. But the hypothesis is tested through sample statistic. There are two types of hypotheses.
(i) Null hypothesis- it is denoted by H0 and
(ii) Alternative hypothesis- it is denoted by H1

For ex., Research Hypotheses may be in the following manner

" This study investigated the influence of Blackboard as an LMS, on teaching, learning, and interaction perspectives of instructors and students involved. The following hypotheses were developed for this study based on the literature review".

What are the factors of user acceptance of technology affecting behavioural intention (blended learning adoption) at CAS?

Teachers Users Acceptance of Technology and its influence on blended learning adoption [H1-H4]
H1: Performance Expectancy of teachers has significant influence on blended learning adoption
  • H1a: Perceived usefulness has significant influence on blended learning adoption.
  • H1b: Interactivity has significant influence on blended learning adoption.
  • H1c: Flexibility increases blended-learning adoption.
H2: Effort Expectancy of teachers has significant influence on blended learning adoption
  • H2a:Ease of learning of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H2b: Ease of use of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H2c:Teacher’s efficiency significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
H3: Social influence of significantly influences on blended-learning adoption
  • H3a: Subjective norm of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H3b: Image of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
H4:Facilitating conditions of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption
  • H4a: ICT infrastructure of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H4b: Institutional policies of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H4c: Training and technical support of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • Leadership of teachers significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
Students Users Acceptance of Technology and its influence on blended learning adoption [H5-H8]
H5: Performance Expectancy of students has significant influence on blended learning adoption.
  • H5a:Perceived usefulness has significant influence on blended learning adoption.
  • H5b: Interactivity has significant influence on blended learning adoption.
  • H5c: Flexibility increases blended-learning adoption.
H6: Effort Expectancy of students has significant influence on blended learning adoption.
  • H6a:Ease of learning of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H6b:Ease of use of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H6c: Student’s efficiency significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
H7:Social influence of significantly influences on blended-learning adoption
  • H7a: Subjective norm of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H7b:Image of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
H8: Facilitating conditions of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption
  • H8a:ICT infrastructure of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H8b: Institutional policies of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H8c: Training and technical support of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.
  • H8d: Leadership of students significantly influences on blended-learning adoption.

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