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Survey name Concerns Based Adoption Model Level of Use of Technology
Acronym CBAM-LoU
Version number and date v. 1.1 8/2000
Description CBAM-LoU is a self=assessment instrument adapted from the Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) Level of Use (Hall, et al., 1975) designations for adoption of an educational innovation. There are 8 levels (coded for analysis as 1-8):
1 - Level 0 Non-use
2 - Level 1 Orientation
3 - Level 2 Preparation
4 - Level 3 Mechanical Use
5 - Level 4 A Routine
6 - Level 4 B Refinement
7 - Level 5 Integration
8 - Level 6 Renewal
Author(s) Darlene Griffin and Rhonda Christensen
Survey based on (if any) CBAM Level of Use by Hall et al., 1975
APA Notation Griffin, D. and Christensen, R. (1999). Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) Levels of Use of an Innovation (CBAM-LOU). Denton, Texas: Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning.
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