Perception and Acceptance of Risk for Online Learning: Digitalization

  • Nor Rahimy Khalid POLITEKNIK NILAI
  • Suraya Akmar Mokhtaruddin Politeknik Ungku Omar
  • Zanatul Shima Aminuddin Jabatan Pendidikan Politeknik dan Kolej Komuniti
Keywords: acceptance of risk, adaption of online learning, digitalization, flexibility learning online learning, perception of risk,

Abstract

This study determines the acceptance of online learning by identify the intention applied online learning. The study identifies the perception of risk and acceptance of risk for intention to use online learning. A questionnaire was voluntarily completed by 452 undergraduate technical and vocational students, online education has been generally accepted during covid 19 pandemic. The finding from structural equation modelling analyses indicated that perception of risk positively influence intention to use online learning and acceptance of risk negatively influence online learning.  Furthermore, it proves that online learning is convenience and student prefer to enroll in synchronous and asynchronous online, however the negative relationship between acceptance of risk for intention to use online learning indicate that. Unwillingness for physical class due to mobility and safety. The findings of this study are remarkable to understand the acceptance of online learning that leads to digital nation in future. Online learning had accelerated the speed of digitalization. Digital is convenience and create a flexibility. Furthermore, digitalization creates a trend worldwide and gain more popularity. 

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Published
2023-12-06