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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 983-995


Perceived “Outcome” Assessment On “Adoption” Of Digital Learning: A Perspective Of Faculty And Students

Dr. Ritika Sinha, Syed Shahid Raza.

Abstract
Outcomes are the net-benefits that faculty and students observe and experience as an advancement in their scholastic outcomes, which are in the form of desired improvements and accomplishments due to adoption of technology mediated learning in B-Schools. Technology enabled teaching and learning has a significant influence on the Outcomes (OC) which faculty and students have strongly acknowledged to be important in an educational setting such as B-Schools. Adoption of digital learning strategies is accompanied by affects which will have a positive impact on teaching-learning outcomes. It is necessary to understand the net-benefits as a consequence of adoption and explore the resultant outcome of technology adoption and look at future research opportunities. Almost all theories and models related to technology adoption have been an adaptation of the previous theories and models which have had positive impact on technology adoption since technology is never stagnant. Through this research the perception of faculty and students are captured in terms of Outcome (OC) i.e.; net-benefits which are a result of adoption and utilisation of a technology driven environment in management education and research. The research will highlight significant outcomes which were identified after performing factor analysis and content analysis of interviews which will have important managerial implications in promoting a digital learning ecosystem in institutions, and to define to what extent it is feasible to have a learning culture and environment which is learner-centric and practical oriented in management education and research. This study will be an empirical research and cross-sectional in nature. The respondents of this study are management faculty and students from B-Schools across Bengaluru jurisdiction to ensure diversity among the sample population. The objective of the study is to establish the significant net-befits that essentially influence in adoption of digital learning environment to scale so that it will facilitate excellence and quality in management education and research. The relationship between the Predictor Variable: “Adoption” and Criterion Variable: “Outcome” was established F-Test using ANOVA and Linear Regression Analysis. Finally, the perceived “Outcome” statements established have been analysed individually for students and faculty using descriptive statistics.

Key words: Outcome, Net-benefits, Digital Learning, Faculty, Students, B-Schools.



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