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Human Technology, Volume 8, Number 2 https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40529 2019-04-19T02:54:53Z 2019-04-19T02:54:53Z Human Technology, VOLUME 8, NUMBER 2 (The entire issue) https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40537 2018-05-17T03:51:20Z 2012-12-05T09:10:37Z Human Technology, VOLUME 8, NUMBER 2 (The entire issue) 2012-12-05T09:10:37Z From the Editor in Chief: Innovation, Learning, and Communities Häkkinen, Päivi https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40536 2018-05-17T03:51:15Z 2012-12-05T09:07:08Z From the Editor in Chief: Innovation, Learning, and Communities Häkkinen, Päivi 2012-12-05T09:07:08Z Book review: Handling Digital Brains: A Laboratory Study of Multimodal Semiotic Interaction in the Age of Computers by Morana Alec (2011) Tuuri, Kai https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40535 2018-05-17T03:51:10Z 2012-12-05T08:21:20Z Book review: Handling Digital Brains: A Laboratory Study of Multimodal Semiotic Interaction in the Age of Computers by Morana Alec (2011) Tuuri, Kai 2012-12-05T08:21:20Z Analyzing the Influence of Diffusion of Innovation Attributes on Lecturers’ Attitude Towards Information and Communication Technologies Ntemana, Tšoenyo Julia Olatokun, Wole https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40534 2018-05-17T03:51:08Z 2012-12-05T08:16:30Z Analyzing the Influence of Diffusion of Innovation Attributes on Lecturers’ Attitude Towards Information and Communication Technologies Ntemana, Tšoenyo Julia; Olatokun, Wole This study investigated the influence of the five attributes of diffusion of innovation theory—relative advantage, complexity, compatibility, trialability, and observability—on lecturers’ use of information and communication technologies. A structured questionnaire was used to collect data from 213 lecturers across the seven faculties and one institute at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). Cronbach’s alpha reliability coefficient was used to determine the internal consistency of the instrument; the reliability of the multiple item scales ranged between 0.71 and 0.97. Collected data were first structured into grouped frequency distributions, and stepwise multiple regressions were used to test the five hypotheses formulated. At 0.05 level of significance, the attributes relative advantage, complexity, and observability were found to have a positive influence on attitude of lecturers toward using ICTs, with observability having the highest influence. To enhance widespread use of ICTs, it is recommended that NUL’s administration organize relevant training and deploy user-friendly ICTs. 2012-12-05T08:16:30Z Mapping the User Experience: Development of a Validated Instrument from the Plans and Scripts of the Computer Community of Practice Lehane, Pat https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40533 2018-05-17T03:51:18Z 2012-12-05T08:05:21Z Mapping the User Experience: Development of a Validated Instrument from the Plans and Scripts of the Computer Community of Practice Lehane, Pat A plethora of surveys for assessing computer use for usability or technology acceptance exist today. This article discusses the Systems Acceptance Indicator, a validated survey instrument for assessing the user experience from a cognitive–ergonomic perspective. The action research discussed in this paper utilized grounded theory analysis to establish the data-driven emergent theoretical constructs that provided the system acceptance categories (criteria) for the survey. These data-driven emergent theoretical constructs were the basis for the proposed theoretical abstraction hierarchy of the survey criteria. Principle component analysis of the survey data produced an abstraction hierarchy identical to the theoretical model. This result confirmed the alignment of the human–computer interaction theoretical constructs with the data-driven emergent theory. The intent behind the human–computer interaction theoretical rationale for the emergent abstraction hierarchy was to provide a consistent and repeatable interpretation of the user response to the survey. 2012-12-05T08:05:21Z Effects of Personal Traits on Generation Y Consumers' Attitudes Toward the Use of Mobile Devices for Communication and Commerce Kim, Jihyun Hahn, Kim H. Y. https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40531 2018-05-17T03:51:06Z 2012-12-05T07:56:53Z Effects of Personal Traits on Generation Y Consumers' Attitudes Toward the Use of Mobile Devices for Communication and Commerce Kim, Jihyun; Hahn, Kim H. Y. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of young adult consumers’ personal traits (high-tech involvement, experiment proclivity, and fashion/brand leadership) on their perceptions of and attitudes toward using mobile devices for communications and commerce. The integrated stimulus-organism-responses paradigm (Fiore & Kim, 2007) served as the overarching framework, combining the uses and gratifications theory (Blumler & Katz, 1974) and the extended technology acceptance model (Kim, Ma, & Park, 2009). A convenience sample of 504 college students in 2 U. S. universities provided usable responses to our survey. Causal modeling analysis results showed that personal trait variables had significant impacts on the perceived ease of use, usefulness, and enjoyment, and attitudes toward mobile communication and mobile commerce. Findings also suggested that three perception variables positively influenced attitudes toward using mobile devices for communication as well as for commerce. This study provides empirical evidence of the potential of mobile commerce among young adult consumers. 2012-12-05T07:56:53Z Finnish Preschool and First-Grade Children's Use of Media at Home Korkemäki, Riitta-Liisa Dreher, Mariam Jean Pekkarinen, Asko https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/40530 2018-05-17T03:51:13Z 2012-12-05T07:51:25Z Finnish Preschool and First-Grade Children's Use of Media at Home Korkemäki, Riitta-Liisa; Dreher, Mariam Jean; Pekkarinen