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The purpose of this research was to measure the acceptance of Google Classroom use by junior high school students using variables such as habits, satisfaction, knowledge, and skills. To achieve the set objective, it adopted the TAM, which measures technology usability and ease of use. TAM also provides a theoretical basis for measuring students’ perceptions concerning the use of Google Classroom in online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on this, a questionnaire was used to collect data through an online survey involving a sample of 306 students at the junior high school level. The data obtained was analyzed using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses to obtain valid and reliable measuring instruments. AMOS was used to measure, assess the structural model based on the goodness of fit standard and test hypotheses. as many as 84.3% of students had never used Google Classroom until the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
Keywords: TAM, Habit, Satisfaction, Knowledge, and skill;
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