2018
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.20.19164 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In students’ learning process, self-efficacy plays an important part. In Malaysia, there are a number of researches on students’ self-efficacy. However, none of the studies focuses on undergraduate students’ computer self-efficacy from the rural areas. This article presents a quantitative research on undergraduate students’ perceived computer self-efficacy. A total of 128 first semester undergraduate students participated in the survey, employing a 27-item questionnaire measuring computer self-efficacy. The it… Show more

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“…They also indicated that female students are more anxious about taking online courses than males. However, Thinakaran, Ali, and Husin [39] said that the level of anxiety about using computers amongst undergraduate students is low.…”
Section: Computer Anxietymentioning
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“…They also indicated that female students are more anxious about taking online courses than males. However, Thinakaran, Ali, and Husin [39] said that the level of anxiety about using computers amongst undergraduate students is low.…”
Section: Computer Anxietymentioning
“…Whereas, in terms of digital divide, students from rural areas have fewer competencies as they have limited access to ICT facilities [44]. Despite the bounded access to ICT, Thinakaran et al [45] revealed that students from rural areas in Malaysia have a high computer self-efficacy for basic and advanced skills. In contrast, a study conducted on other rural areas in Malaysia showed a gender divide where males have higher digital skills than females [46].…”
Section: Competenciesmentioning
“…Three studies agreed that computer and mobile devices have a significant influence on teenagers' competencies. Teenagers who use such devices are more digital literate that enables them to be more competent in terms of academic settings [37,38,45].…”
Section: Competenciesmentioning