A adoção de estratégias de Byod no ensino superior de Administração Outros Idiomas

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34412
Resumo:
Diante da difusão do uso de dispositivos eletrônicos móveis de informação no ambiente de trabalho e acadêmico, este estudo investigou a propensão de estudantes do ensino superior de Administração de uma instituição privada e outra pública, em aderir a um programa de BYOD. Trata-se de um estudo qualitativo, exploratório e descritivo, onde a estatística descritiva foi utilizada para dimensionar aspectos da posse ou não de dispositivos e a participação em um programa de BYOD e a estatística inferencial para identificar diferenças entre as instituições em relação à utilização dos dispositivos, através do teste de Mann-Whitney. Conclui-se que a insegurança, características físicas, funcionalidade e a insuficiência de instalações, influenciam na heterogeneidade das perspectivas em relação ao tipo de instituição.
Citação ABNT:
FEITOR, C. D. C.; SILVA, M. P.; SOUSA NETO, M. V.; ANDRADE, A. P. V. A adoção de estratégias de Byod no ensino superior de Administração. Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração, v. 8, n. 4, p. 100-122, 2014.
Citação APA:
Feitor, C. D. C., Silva, M. P., Sousa Neto, M. V., & Andrade, A. P. V. (2014). A adoção de estratégias de Byod no ensino superior de Administração. Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração, 8(4), 100-122.
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/34412/a-adocao-de-estrategias-de-byod-no-ensino-superior-de-administracao/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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