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Alcir Junior Garcia da Matta

Carla Milena Gonçalves Fernandes

Anderson Betti Frare

Alexandre Costa Quintana

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Resumen

La tecnología, especialmente en el campo de la contabilidad, está cambiando la forma en que producimos, trabajamos, estudiamos y nos relacionamos. El objetivo de este estudio es analizar el efecto de la preocupación con el Internet de las Cosas en el aprendizaje y en los beneficios percibidos por los estudiantes del curso de Ciencias Contables en una Universidad Pública Federal. Los datos fueron recolectados por encuesta y analizados utilizando el modelo de ecuaciones estructurales. Los resultados muestran que la participación de los estudiantes es un factor clave para la preocupación con el Internet de las cosas en el aprendizaje, y esto influye en los beneficios percibidos por estos. Además, la cantidad de servicios de Internet de las cosas y la compatibilidad percibida también influyen significativamente en los beneficios percibidos por los estudiantes. El estudio contribuye teóricamente al enumerar los antecedentes de los beneficios percibidos por los maestros y, principalmente, por los estudiantes.

Keywords

Internet das coisas, recursos interativos na aprendizagem, discentes de contabilidade, educação contábilInternet de las cosas, recursos de aprendizaje interactivo, estudiantes de contabilidad, educación contableInternet of things, , interactive learning resources, accounting students, accounting education

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Garcia da Matta, A. J. ., Gonçalves Fernandes, C. M. ., Betti Frare, A., & Costa Quintana , A. . (2021). Internet de las cosas como un recurso interactivo en el aprendizaje: Beneficios percibidos por los Estudiantes de Contabilidad. Cuadernos De Contabilidad, 22, 1–18. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cc22.icri
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