Factors affecting students’ continuance intention to use teaching performance assessment application from technology continuance theory

Nurdin Nurdin, Sagaf S Pettalongi, Muhammad Nur Ahsan, Vindy Febrianti Febrianti


This study aims to determine university students’ continuance intention in using an android-based teaching performance assessment (TPA) application. For the data gathering instrument, we employed an online structured questionnaire. Two hundred and forty students from four faculties were selected and assigned a five-scale survey. All completed questionnaires were analyzed using analysis of moment structure (AMOS). The findings show that the factors of productivity, performance, relevancy, quality and mobility of the android-based TPA have significantly influenced students’ continuance intention to use the application. The results highlighted that when an android-based system was developed based on the criteria, the long-term use of the android-based TPA application can be consistently maintained to improve universities’ teaching quality assessment. However, our study needs to improve in that the university students may evaluate teaching staffs who are not teaching a subject in their class because all teaching staff has appeared in the application database. In addition, further research needs to limit each lecture based on a specific course to be assessed by a particular student’s class.


android based-application; teaching performance; teaching assessment; technology continuance theory; usage intention;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v13i5.pp5342-5353

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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