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Students’ acceptance of learning management systems: i-LearnV3

N.H. Mohammed, H.S.M. Yusof, S.M. Salleh, S.F.M. Hamzah, N Shamsuddin

Abstract


The rapid changes in technology simultaneously has upgraded the previous e-learning to more advanced software of LMS. This study was an advanced study from the previous to identify the new factors that contributed to the students’ acceptance of a new verssion of i-Learn as a medium of LMS. The study adapted the instruments to measure the students’ acceptance of LMS by investigating the factors that influence the students’ acceptance of LMS. The simple random sampling technique has been used by distributing questionnaire to students via online survey. A total of 260 completed questionnaires were used to analyze the adapted variables including new variables. As a result, there were six hypotheses were tested and all hypotheses were supported in this study. To conclude, new variables in LMS were significantly connected in this study among users of LMS.

Keywords: learning management systems; e-learning; i-Learn; technology acceptance model



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