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dc.contributor.authorPhuoc, Nguyen Kim-
dc.contributor.authorPhuc, Huynh Hanh-
dc.description.abstractE-leaning has been becoming one of the most convenient method for distance education. According to the report of Dodebo in 2014, The worldwide market shares of E-learning education got $35.6 billion in 2011. The five-year multipart annual development rate is estimated at about 7.6%, so revenues should achieve $51.5 billion by 2016 (Docebo 2014). However, this education method is moderately new and modern in Vietnam. As a result, it causes some difficulties in the implementation process in Vietnam market, especially reaching the undeveloped provinces such as: Western Vietnam or Middle of Vietnam. The students are facing many problems and troubles when they know about this method and they have to consider as much before they decide to enroll this course. The paper aims to examine the factors that hinder students choosing distance learning by online method. A case study of Ho Chi Minh City Open University is researched in order to find out the obstacles that hinder students selecting distance learning by online method. Thence, this study also helps Ho Chi Minh City Open University to discover the way to encourage students to decide on distance learning and to enhance student support services to create better learning environment. Quantitative analysis is used to test the hypotheses contained in the proposed conceptual model. The study utilized the Likert approach with score of 5 points and interviewed 300 students who are being counseled through the admission system at Ho Chi Minh City Open University via questionnaire survey. The number of valid questionnaires was used 227. SPSS were used to analyze the collected data. The results of the study show that, "Choose to study by E - Learning" is influenced by four factors: (F1) subjective norm, (F2) Functional selfish motives (self – interest), (F) Infrastructure (Facilities) and (F4) No-Functional selfish motives (not self–interest). The adjusted coefficient R2 is 0.832, or 83.2% the variation of the intention to use distance learning by online method can be explained by independent variables in the model. Based on the research results, a number of policy implications have been proposed to help Open University to develop E – Learning strongly in the futurevi
dc.relation.ispartofseriesProceedings: Quality assurance in open university: The 31st Annual Conference of the Asian Association of Open Universities AAOU 2017;page 195-201-
dc.subjectOnline learningvi
dc.subjectDistance learningvi
dc.subjectHindering factors of E-learningvi
dc.titleFactors hindering students choosing the distance learning by online method: Case study of Ho Chi Minh City Open Universityvi
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