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Appendix A Table A. 1: Statements from digital literacy scale adopted
ADVANCED MOBILE LITERACY (AML) ITEMSUse a mobile phone to send or receive email Use a mobile phone to access information/services on the web Use a mobile phone to access information/services on the web Use a mobile phone to send pictures or movies to others
BASIC ICT LITERACY (BICTL) ITEMSUse the web to send or receive email Use the web to look up reference information for study purposes Use a mobile phone to call people Use a mobile phone to text/ SMS people
ADVANCED ICT LITERACY (AICTL) ITEMSUse a computer to create/edit audio and video Using a computer to play digital music files (e.g. iTunes) without accessing the Internet Use a computer to manage/manipulate digital photos Use a mobile phone to download and play games or applications from the Internet
Teachers’ Adoption of Mobile Learning Table A. 3: Statements from ICT teaching self-efficacy scale adopted ICT ABILITY (SEABL) I see ICT as tools that can complement my teaching.
ICT provide variety in instruction and in content for my students.
ICT allows me to bring current information to the class ICT provides opportunities for individualized instruction.
ICT ATTITUDE (SEATT) I feel frustrated more often when I use ICT in my classes than when I don’t use them (R) I have positive ICT experiences at my teaching institute.
I had positive experiences with computers when I was younger I feel I am trained well enough to use a variety of ICT tools when teaching Table A. 4: Statements from the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) scale adopted