From Research To Practice: Promising Insights From Computer Self-Efficacy
Inventive Approaches for Technology Integration and Information Resources Management
Computer Self-Efficacy (CSE) has been an important construct in information systems research for more than two decades. The authors review a recent study that meta-analyzed 102 empirical CSE studies and quantitatively affirmed significant correlations with 7 variables of frequent research interest, as well as several potential moderators of these CSE-correlate relationships. This chapter discusses the relationship between CSE and the technology acceptance model, and the authors suggest that the CSE construct merits continued research and practitioner attention for a variety of reasons. The findings also yield managerial and organizational implications and suggestions for future CSE research and practice.
Department of Management
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Mitra, Atul; Karsten, Rex; and Schmidt, Dennis, "From Research To Practice: Promising Insights From Computer Self-Efficacy" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1377.