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Designing Good Institutional Contexts for Innovation in a Technology-Mediated Learning Environment
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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning Volume 21, Number 4, ISSN 1365-2729 Publisher: Wiley

Abstract

How to innovate information technology (IT) effectively in a technology-mediated learning (TML) environment remains a problem. To better understand how knowledge sharing (KS) and "coordination and support of TML environment" (i.e. CTML) influence the propensity for TML innovation, this study develops a research framework to delineate the relationships among KS, CTML, and three antecedents of TML innovation -- cognizance of technology, ability to explore TML, and intention to explore. In order to test the impact of KS and CTML on the propensity for TML innovation, we collected data from elementary schools of Taiwan through a survey instrument. Our results indicate that KS has a positive effect on all the three antecedents of TML innovation, while CTML exerts a positive impact only on instructors' ability to explore. The implications of the study are discussed, and future research directions are proposed.

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Chou, S.W. (2005). Designing Good Institutional Contexts for Innovation in a Technology-Mediated Learning Environment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 21(4), 269-280. Wiley. Retrieved October 15, 2019 from .

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