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Gannon Professors, Engineers Research and Publish on Acceptance and Usage of 5G Technology

Published: 10/24/2022

Gannon researchers published Analysis of Engineering Students Acceptance and Usage of 5G Technology: A Case Study of Gannon University.

Gannon researchers published Analysis of Engineering Students Acceptance and Usage of 5G Technology: A Case Study of Gannon University.

Gannon Computer & Information Science professors Joshua Nwokeji Ph.D., Tajmilur Rahman Ph.D., alongside Jay Shah, Tejas Veeraganti Manjunath, researched and published Analysis of Engineering Students Acceptance and Usage of 5G Technology: A Case Study of Gannon University

A brief excerpt from the abstract featured by the Canadian Center of Science and Education follows. 

“In this study, acceptance, and usage of the 5G technology that was investigated in a survey of students from the engineering discipline of Gannon University. This work describes the usage of a statistical technique called the technology acceptance model to determine the engineering students perception of the degree to which the 5G technology is accepted and useful. 

It aims to answer the research questions of whether perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use a ect the actual usage of 5G technology among engineering students, as they tend to bend towards new technology because of the high involvement of technology in engineering studies. This work aims to answer, to what extent perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use determine the usage of 5G technology among the selected group of participants.” 

Read the full study here, and learn more about computer and information science and engineering at Gannon University. 

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