The Role of User Interface in Technology Adoption

By Vincent Cho, T.C. Edwin Cheng and W. M. Jennifer Lai.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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This research tries to provide implications about ease of use and usefulness for the e-learning tool developers and managers.

Keywords: Technology Adoption

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.25-48. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.095MB).

Dr. Vincent Cho

His teaching interests are management information systems, e-commerce, IT strategies and IT infrastructures. His research interests lie with technology adoption, textual mining techniques on Internet, yield management, database marketing, tourism forecasting, and expert systems. He has published in Knowledge and Information Systems: An international Journal, The Journal of Computer Information Systems, Expert Systems, The Journal of Computational Intelligence in Finance, Tourism Management, and Annals of Tourism Research.

Prof. T.C. Edwin Cheng

Prof. T.C. Edwin Cheng is Chair Professor of Management in the Department of Logistics of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He obtained a B.Sc.[Eng](First Class Honours) degree from the University of Hong Kong, an M.Sc. degree from the University of Birmingham, and a Ph.D. and an Sc.D. degree from the University of Cambridge. Prof. Cheng's research interests are in Operations Management and Operations Research. He has published over 330 journal papers and co-authored four books. He received the Outstanding Young Engineer of the Year Award of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, U.S.A., in 1992, and the Croucher Senior Research Fellowship (the top science award in Hong Kong) in 2001. He was named one of the “most cited scientists” in All Fields and in Engineering over the period 1996-2006 by the ISI Web of Knowledge in 2006. One of his papers published in the European Journal of Operational Research in 1989 was voted one of 30 influential articles published in that journal since its inception. A registered professional engineer and a seasoned management consultant, Prof. Cheng regularly advises business and industry and provides management training and executive development to public and private organizations.

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