Technological readiness and students' satisfaction in distance learning mode: the case of a training program of a state government
Keywords: Student Satisfaction, Training of Civil Servants, Technological
AbstractThe objective of this paper is to identify the determinants of student satisfaction with a training program for civil servants of a state government based on the technology readiness scale, TRI, developed by Parasuraman (2000). It is argued that public administration has undergone a series of modifications due to changes in political, economic and social contexts and that training of civil servants is a key factor for improving the performance of the state. Methodologically, we adopted a quantitative approach with a closed questionnaire for students that had graduated from the program. Data collection was made with an online survey during two months that resulted in 197 questionnaires with a sampling error of less than 5% and 95% confidence. We created three groups of heterogeneous individuals using the variables of technological readiness, which enabled us to verify that the determinants of satisfaction are different for each one of these groups. It was found conclusively that the technological readiness of individuals is a variable that can serve as moderator for the analysis of satisfaction levels of students that learned at a distance.
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Nascimento, T., Ramos, A., & Oliveira Júnior, P. (2011). Technological readiness and students’ satisfaction in distance learning mode: the case of a training program of a state government . REGE Revista De Gestão, 18(3), 489-509. https://doi.org/10.5700/rege437
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