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El aprendizaje de idiomas asistido por dispositivos móviles (MALL) está ganando mayor interés por parte de la comunidad académica. Este estudio cuantitativo implementa el modelo de aceptación UTAUT complementado con la variable actitud. Los participantes fueron 89 profesores de idiomas de educación superior colombianos que compartieron sus puntos de vista sobre MALL a través de un cuestionario en línea. Los resultados indican que la intención conductual de los profesores está afectada por su actitud, influencia social y condiciones facilitadoras. El estudio también destaca la importancia de incluir el comportamiento de uso en el modelo de medición: los maestros que poco usan MALL muestran intenciones más fuertes de usarlo en comparación con los maestros con un alto uso de MALL, lo que resulta en una correlación negativa entre la intención de comportamiento y el comportamiento de uso.

Gustavo García Botero, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Profesor de español, inglés y francés. Tiene un doctorado en Ciencias de la Educación en la Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Sus intereses de investigación incluyen la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de idiomas, tecnologías educativas, aprendizaje móvil y educación de adultos.

Diep Anh Nguyet, Universidad de Lieja,University of Liège

Investigadora del Departamento de Salud Pública de la Universidad de Lieja. Sus intereses generales de investigación incluyen el aprendizaje híbrido, así como la interacción y satisfacción en el aprendizaje en línea.

Jacqueline García Botero, University of Quindío

Profesora de inglés en la Universidad del Quindío, Colombia. Tiene una maestría en educación con énfasis en bilingüismo y es investigadora en diferentes campos, incluida la tecnología en la educación y la metacognición.

Chang Zhu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Profesora de Ciencias de la Educación en la Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Una de sus principales líneas de investigación se centra en la implementación de innovaciones educativas, tecnología educativa y, en particular, el diseño y uso del aprendizaje en línea y mixto en la educación superior.

Frederick Questier, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Imparte cursos relacionados con la tecnología en el departamento de formación docente y el Departamento de Bioestadística e Informática Médica de la Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Sus principales campos de interés son las tecnologías de aprendizaje, la innovación y el software libre y de código abierto.

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