Vol.40, No.1, 2022, pp.389-404, doi:10.32604/csse.2022.018619
Implementing Effective Learning with Ubiquitous Learning Technology During Coronavirus Pandemic
  • Hosam F. El-Sofany1,2,*, Samir A. El-Seoud3
1 King Khalid University, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2 Cairo Higher Institute for Engineering, Computer Science and Management, Cairo, Egypt
3 British University in Egypt—BUE, Faculty of Informatics and Computer Science, Cairo, Egypt
* Corresponding Author: Hosam F. El-Sofany. Email:
Received 14 March 2021; Accepted 30 April 2021; Issue published 26 August 2021
Ubiquitous computing supports U-learning to develop and implement a new educational environment that provides effective and interactive learning to students wherever they are. This study aims to present a qualitative evaluation for using U-learning instead of traditional education to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic. The authors introduce a UTAUT (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology) model to assess the capability of the given factors that are expected to affect the learners’ intention and behavior for accepting the U-learning technology for full E-learning. The research study shows a promising impact on the use of U-learning apps for implementing their learning activities in both the present and coming stage. The study also presents the descriptive statistics that affect the students’ answers by using U-learning while implementing learning assignments including exams, projects, forums, essays, presentations, and laboratories. The research experiments demonstrate both the composite reliability (CR) and the average variance extracted (AVE) of the presented paradigm. The experimental results have shown that (1) the factor loadings ≥ 0.75, CR ≥ 0.9, and AVE ≥ 0.75, which present appropriate proof for the validity and reliability of the proposed model, and (2) the total average of students that accept the U-learning is 82.99%, and who disagree is 8.13%, while who neither agree nor disagree is 6.44%.
Ubiquitous learning; U-learning; E-learning; M-learning; COVID-19 pandemic; coronavirus; UTAUT model
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H. F. El-Sofany and S. A. El-Seoud, "Implementing effective learning with ubiquitous learning technology during coronavirus pandemic," Computer Systems Science and Engineering, vol. 40, no.1, pp. 389–404, 2022.
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