Attitude of Institute of Teacher Education Malaysia Lecturers towards Digital Innovation

Main Article Content

Azerai Azmi, Aliza Adnan, Hairul Faiezi Lokman, Shamsazila Saaban, Siti Rosni Mohamad Yusoff


This study aims to identify the level of attitude of lecturers from the Institute of Teacher Education, Ministry of Education Malaysia (IPG) towards Digital Innovation and its differences based on the field of teaching.  A total of 1662 lecturers from 29 campuses of the Institute of Teacher Education in Malaysia participated in this study.  The findings of this study indicate that the level of attitude of lecturers towards digital innovation as a whole is high.  In addition, this study also found that there are significant differences in lecturers’ attitudes towards digital innovation based on the field of teaching.  Based on the findings, lecturers from research and STEM fields are more likely to be exposed to digital innovation and the use of the latest digital technologies in teaching and learning (T&L) as well as performing duties in their respective departments. Work commitments of lecturers in the teaching field encourage them to be motivated and innovative with digital innovation.

Article Details