An Asian Perspective: The dataset for validation of Teachers’ Information and Communication Technology Access (TICTA)

Published: 25-02-2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/gmhfnzfj9w.2
Akhmad Habibi


This dataset aimed to be published in Data in Brief. The dataset presents the validation process of a survey of factors affecting Indonesian K-12 school teachers’ Teachers’ Information and Communication Technology Access (TICTA). The instrument was established from previous studies. It was piloted to 120 K-12 school teachers and tested for its reliability. For the main data collection, the instrument was distributed online and responded by 2775 Indonesian K-12 school teachers. The main data analysis was conducted for the measurement model using four assessments; the reflective indicator loadings, internal consistency reliability, convergent and discriminant validity. PLS-SEM was used for the analysis.


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Content validity, Pilot Study, Reliability test, Normality test, Measurement model (PLS-SEM)