User Acceptance of Electronic Meeting Technology in the Semiconductor Research Corporation
This study assesses the satisfaction of current and potential Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) E-meeting users through survey research. Results from 48 survey responses generally confirm the relationships among potential determinants of information technology usage as specified in an augmented version of Davis’ (1989) Technology Acceptance Model. By measuring the relationship between the satisfaction factors, intention to use and actual use, we can have a better understanding of the current and potential E-meeting users in the SRC member community. Finally, uncovering negative relationships between perceptions and intention to use E-meeting technology creates an opportunity for the SRC to ameliorate these concerns, including but not limited to changes to the E-meeting technology used, changes in E-meeting conditions, or opportunities to address misperceptions.
Advisor:Barbara M. Wildemuth
School:University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School Location:USA - North Carolina
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:groupware computer software mediated communication research consortia diffusion of innovations
Date of Publication:04/15/2005