Proceedings of 2nd International Multi-Disciplinary Conference Theme: Integrated Sciences and Technologies, IMDC-IST 2021, 7-9 September 2021, Sakarya, Turkey

Research Article

Evaluating The Effect of Intent Factors on the Student's Intention to Register for External Exams via The Internet: Directorate of Education in Dhi-Qar as A Case Study

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.7-9-2021.2314923,
        author={Mohammed Jaber Farhan and Bushra Sahi Chassab and Nassir Jabir Al-Khafaji},
        title={Evaluating The Effect of Intent Factors on the Student's Intention to Register for External Exams via The Internet: Directorate of Education in Dhi-Qar as A Case Study},
        proceedings={Proceedings of 2nd International Multi-Disciplinary Conference Theme: Integrated Sciences and Technologies, IMDC-IST 2021, 7-9 September 2021, Sakarya, Turkey},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={IMDC-IST},
        year={2022},
        month={1},
        keywords={website usability subjective norm attitude student intention},
        doi={10.4108/eai.7-9-2021.2314923}
    }
    
  • Mohammed Jaber Farhan
    Bushra Sahi Chassab
    Nassir Jabir Al-Khafaji
    Year: 2022
    Evaluating The Effect of Intent Factors on the Student's Intention to Register for External Exams via The Internet: Directorate of Education in Dhi-Qar as A Case Study
    IMDC-IST
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.7-9-2021.2314923
Mohammed Jaber Farhan1,*, Bushra Sahi Chassab2, Nassir Jabir Al-Khafaji2
  • 1: Directorate of Education, Thi-Qar, Iraq
  • 2: Nassriyah Technical Institute, Southern Technical University, Iraq
*Contact email: 809895@gmail.com

Abstract

This study seeks to identify the affected factors that impact the behavioural intention of students on online external exams registration in the directorate of education in Thi-Qar. The study also intended to identify whether students prefer online external exam registration in terms of attitude, subjective norms, and whether website design has an impact on them. Additionally, the current study looked at how students evaluate these criteria in terms of relevance when registering for external exams online. A basic random sampling procedure was used, and 347 people were given questionnaires. A total of 304 questionnaires were gathered, with 304 of them being deemed to be usable. Several statistical methods were used to examine the data, including descriptive analysis, regression test, reliability analysis, and correlation test. The findings demonstrated that students' attitudes, subjective norms, and website usability were all strongly associated. Furthermore, the outcomes of the study revealed that the most essential element was regarded to be website usability, with other characteristics having a moderate impact on student intention to register electronically. The findings of the present study may be useful in persuading officials at the Thi-Qar Directorate of Education to use online technology to speed up office operations.