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  • Self-assessments are getting more and more popular regarding improved study advisory. By offering a more extensive assessment comprising multiple information modules the benefits of such applications can be upgraded enormously by offering more benefits not only for user, but also for providers (the universities). The precondition for use is that the self-assessment is accepted by the users. Thus, in order to evaluate the prototype of our self-assessment, an acceptance analysis based on the existing UTAUT-model was conducted. The results both confirmed our assumed benefits and led to short term and long term improvements. ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • Acceptance and Benefits of Web-based Self-Assessments at Universities ()
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