Using Task-Technology Fit to Analyze the Adoption of Google Workspace for Education in Teaching and Learning Process


In addition to the efficiency of teaching and learning activities, the important point of the development of technology in education is the aspect of collaborative work. Collaboration is crucial, encouraging teachers and students to integrate technology for a more meaningful teaching and learning experience. Google Workspace for Education (GWE) is designed to promote the digital transformation in education and highlights the collaborative functionality in its solution’s features. The study aims to explore a comprehensive view of technology adoption and its usage by considering teachers’ and students’ beliefs, and their behavior towards the development of technology in education. Furthermore, the study aims to identify the factors influencing technology adoption and the effectiveness of its implementation in real-world contexts. The study was conducted by using a qualitative-method approach that involved teachers and students from a private school in West Java, Indonesia. The finding shows a mismatch between teachers’ beliefs towards technology’s role in education and their knowledge of Google Workspace. This finding is essential to design a method to train teachers and students on how to introduce GWE and familiarize them with working collaboratively to accomplish tasks more efficiently and effectively.

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Christianus I Wayan Eka Budiartha, Sampoerna University, Indonesia
Anak Agung Ngurah Perwira Redi, Sampoerna University, Indonesia
Giovanni Richard Halim, Sampoerna University, Indonesia
Aulia Rachmah, Sampoerna University, Indonesia
Babtista Putri Grahani, Sampoerna University, Indonesia

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Conference: ACEID2024
Stream: Design

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Budiartha C., Redi A., Halim G., Rachmah A., & Grahani B. (2024) Using Task-Technology Fit to Analyze the Adoption of Google Workspace for Education in Teaching and Learning Process ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2024 Official Conference Proceedings
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