Factors Affecting The Staff In Higher Education Institutions At The Level Of The Electronic Environment In Developing Countries: A Case Study Of Iraq

Abstract

The objective of the E-Environment is to help countries, jurisdictions, communities and organizations, particularly those in the developing world. Nowadays, there are many applications usage in every day’s life such as electronic banking, electronic learning and electronic government, etc. Electronic government is the application of computers, or/and electronic appliances in the governing activities and operations of a government; whereby both the government and the public interact transact electronically. Variables like social factors, Performance Expectancy, Effort Expectancy and Users Behaviour be determined majorly before the adoption of EG as a technological package. With the theoretical perspectives of the Unified Theory of Use of Technology (UTAUT) this study is aimed at investigating the related variables that could mitigate the adoption of EG in Iraq. Scores of studies have employed UTAUT to achieve similar objective, but none has implemented UTAUT to the adoption of EG among electronic environment in higher education institutes in Iraq. This study tests the usage behaviour of EG in Iraq, with that, data gathered from higher education institutes in Iraq.