Assessing Mobile Learning Effectiveness and Acceptance
by Paul W. Williams
Master of Science, Information Systems and Technology Management, 2004 George Washington University
Bachelor of Science, Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems, 1994 George Mason University
Associate of Arts, General Studies, 1992 Northern Virginia Community College
Associate of Arts, Business Administration, 1992 Northern Virginia Community College
A dissertation submitted to
The Faculty of The School of Business of the George Washington University in partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy January 31, 2009
Dissertation directed by Edward J. Cherian Professor of Information Systems
The School of Business of The George Washington University certifies that Paul Williams has passed the Final Examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy as of September 25, 2008. This is the final and approved form of the dissertation.
Assessing Mobile Learning Effectiveness and Acceptance Paul Williams
Dissertation Research Committee:
Edward J. Cherian, Professor of Information Systems, Dissertation Director
Mary J. Granger, Professor of Information Systems, Committee Member
Theodore H. Rosen, Associate Director of the Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Committee Member
© Copyright 2008 by Paul Williams All rights reserved
Dedication The author wishes to thank Phillip Merrill – Thank you for reminding me of my audience.
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