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AcronymDefinition
ITInformation Technology
ITInternet Times
ITInternational Trade
ITIndia Today (newspaper)
ITIndividual Training
ITItaly (Including Sardinia & Sicily)
ITItem
ITInstitute of Technology
ITInvestment Trust
ITInnovative Technology
ITInformation Theory
ITIncome Tax
ITInitial Test
ITIndividual Therapy
ITInnovative Test
ITIntegrated Testing
ITIntegration Test
ITIntegration Testing
ITInternet Tonight (TechTV)
ITInfluence Technology
ITIran Time (GMT+0300)
ITInjury Time (soccer)
ITInstrument Team
ITInstrument Test
ITInclusive Tour
ITIowa Telecom
ITInside Terminal (telephony)
ITInspiration Technology (Compaq)
ITIntegrated Terminal
ITIntermediate Technology
ITInstructor Trainer (American Red Cross)
ITInstructor
ITImagine That
ITInstructional Technology (educational technology)
ITInternational Terrorism
ITInstitutional Training
ITIon Trap
ITInformation Systems Technician (US Navy Rating)
ITIntegral Transform
ITInflation Targeting
ITInheritance Tree (MIB)
ITIn Transition
ITInstant Teller (CIBC Banking, Canada)
ITItalic (linguistics)
ITImmunotherapy
ITIntermittent Therapy
ITInteroperability Test
ITIndustrial Trainee
ITIn Topic
ITIntegrated Teaming (Capability Maturity Model Integration)
ITIntercity Transit
ITImperial Tobacco
ITImmortal Technique (rapper)
ITInterline Transfer (CCD image devices)
ITIliotibial Band
ITIcy Tower (game)
ITIncidental Take
ITIntrathecal
ITImmunology Today
ITIntratumoral
ITIntratracheal
ITIlluminatus Trilogy (book series by R. A. Wilson & R. Shea)
ITImpulse Tracker (digital music)
ITIschial Tuberosity
ITInformation Terminology
ITIndie Talk (filmmaking web community)
ITIncentive Training (US DoD)
ITIncredible Technologies, Inc. (gaming manufacturer; Arlington Heights, IL)
ITInanimate Target
ITImproved Touring (racing forum)
ITInstituto de Telecomunicações (Portuguese: Telecommunications Institute)
ITInferotemporal Cortex (brain area)
ITIntegrated Timeline
ITInterruptible Transportation (low priority transportation service)
ITIgnition Transformer
ITIlmatorjunta (Finnish: Anti-aircraft defence)
ITInactivity Test
ITInsuficiencia Tricuspidea (Spanish: Tricuspid Insufficiency)
ITInsulating Transformer
ITInstructor Text Book
ITIntelligent Terrain
ITInter-Toll
ITIntegrated Trials
ITIntermediate Trunk
ITInner Targets
ITIndecisive Time (Kids Next Door TV show)
ITInternodal Transport (Sprint)
ITInterstitial Transfer
ITInspection Traveler
ITInternational Technology Division
ITIncome Tax Ruling Series (IRS)
ITIncreasing Term Rider (life insurance)
ITIconoclastic Titans (Quake 3 CTF Clan)
ITIndirectly Tunable
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This supports Venkatesh (2003)'s hypothesis that intention to use has a significantly influence technology adoption.
Many factors consisting of internal and external aspects influence technology integration by preservice teachers during practice teaching.
There's no doubting the influence technology has on our lives.
The influence technology has had on the business side of healthcare, primarily over the past decade, comprises the second generation of this marriage.
Perhaps a hidden strength of this detailed and engaging book is that the reader cannot help but wonder about how such factors as candidate age, partisanship, insider/outsider status, electoral context, and campaign resources influence technology use.
Based on interviews with a representative sample of around 400 technology purchase decision-makers in the US, UK and Canada, the study reflects global trends and reveals what criteria and communications channels most influence technology purchases in an economic downturn.
igh-energy beams from ALICE will also go on to be used to influence technology for new cancer treatments in a linked project known as EMMA.
Phase I of the ETS offers three key lessons: (1) accurate emissions data are essential to setting an effective emissions cap; (2) a trading program should provide enough certainty to influence technology investment; and (3) the method for allocating allowances may have important economic effects, namely, free allocation may distribute wealth to covered entities whereas auctioning could generate revenue for governments.
How do demand-side factors (purchasing power, access to information, perceived benefits of technology, and so forth) and supply-side factors (capacity in technology agencies and so forth) influence technology adoption?
The experiences are analyzed from the perspectives of resource-based and institutional theories that address organizational and environmental factors that influence organizational adoption of innovations, institutional pressures from the environment that influence technology adoption, and factors that account fro firm and government failures to respond effectively to environmental changes.
Among the studies that focused on TAM, most have followed Davis's (1989) assumption that external variables (such as gender, experience, and other demographic variables) influence technology adoption/usage through beliefs about PEOU and PU.
H1a: When technological variety is low, increases in information amount will negatively influence technology transfer effectiveness.