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Drivers affecting the acceptance and use of Electronic Learning among Ugandan University students in the COVID-19 era. A cross-sectional survey among three universities.
preprintposted on 02.12.2020, 00:44 by Twinamasiko NelsonTwinamasiko Nelson, JULIUS NUWAGABAJULIUS NUWAGABA, Wasswa Enock, Nakityo Innocent, SSerunjogi Emmanuel, Gwokyalya Anna Maria
This paper aimed at determining the factors affecting acceptance and use of electronic learning among Ugandan University students. The study relied on two data collection tools: Questionnaire and semi-structured interview.
Declaration of conflicts of interestAuthors have no conflicts of interest.
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryUganda
Lead author job roleUndergraduate Student
Lead author institutionMakerere University College of Health sciences
Ethics statementThe study was approved by Mulago Hospital Research and Ethics Committee, protocol number MHREC 1898. When participants clicked on the google form link, the online condensed form was the first to appear. Every participant that agreed to participate in the study had to click ‘next page’ so as to be directed to the questionnaire, hence all the respondents of the study consented to participate. Participation was entirely voluntary and the study was conducted following the Declaration of Helsinki.
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