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What drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation of the critical factors influencing learner satisfaction

Pei-Chen Sun, Ray J. Tsai, Glenn Finger, Yueh-Yang Chen, Dowming Yeh
2008 Computers & Education  
A survey was conducted to investigate the critical factors affecting learners' satisfaction in e-Learning.  ...  in assessments are the critical factors affecting learners' perceived satisfaction.  ...  -C. et al. , What drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation ..., Computers & Education (2007), doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2006.11.007 P.-C.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2006.11.007 fatcat:e52qe6qvxzdnxbryy4lva7gpyy

What Drives Successful Social Media in Education and E-learning? A Comparative Study on Facebook and Moodle

2019 Journal of Information Technology Education  
It further supports the usefulness of the D&M ISS model for predicting the success of social networks and e-learning systems.  ...  Contribution: This research extends previous literature on the critical success factors (CSF) of SNS and LMS in the case of developing countries.  ...  Thus, understanding what can influence the success of LMS represents a key step towards benefiting from the potential advantages.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4360 fatcat:szpgrk7canflpl6clvkk6hebhq

What Drives a Successful Web-based Language Learning Environment? An Empirical Investigation of the Critical Factors Influencing College Students' Learning Satisfaction

Yi-Cheng Chen, Ron Chuen Yeh, Shi-Jer Lou, Yi-Chien Lin
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Based on the concepts of social cognitive theory (SCT), this study proposes a conceptual model that examines the determinants of college students' learning satisfaction in a web-based language learning  ...  The empirical findings demonstrate that college students show positive incline towards the use of the web-based language learning system for EFL courses and signify a possible benefit from its use in the  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by the National Science Council of Taiwan, under operating grant NSC-101-2511-S-143-001-and was partially supported by operating grant NSC-97-2511-S-143-004-  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.10.463 fatcat:nls6uelwnzck5p5qvduohkafyy

Factors Influencing Users Satisfaction on E-Learning Systems

Josua Tarigan
2012 Jurnal Manajemen dan Wirausaha  
ABSTRACT User satisfaction has held a central role in an organization as one of the measurements for the success of service delivery.  ...  The main finding confirms some degree of a positive association between user satisfaction and the qualities in the e-learning system.  ...  All the above explanations show that personalization quality is a significant factor that drives user satisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.9744/jmk.13.2.177-188 fatcat:or6ylsi3zjcwdh4cfyhod5i44q

Users' perceptions of e-learning environments and services effectiveness

Anwar ul Haq, George Magoulas, Arshad Jamal, Asim Majeed, Diane Sloan
2018 Journal of Enterprise Information Management  
Findings -Identification of a new core dimension named "Concept Functionality" which can be used to understand the relationships between E-learning effectiveness factors, including the relationships with  ...  2017) Users perceptions of E-learning environments and services effectiveness: the emergence of the concept functionality model. Journal of Enterprise Information Management.  ...  the success of e-learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jeim-03-2016-0074 fatcat:yiovmimlnzglrc6djzervafdzi

Computer mediated communication [chapter]

M. Masoni, M. R. Guelfi, J. Shtylla
2011 E-learning in sanità  
What Factors Are Related to the Success of Networks?  ...  as the keystone of the e-learning experience.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-88-470-1824-2_4 fatcat:cjllz26cfbdbrmly5rygwuedte

E-Learning Services to Achieve Sustainable Learning and Academic Performance: An Empirical Study

Mohammad Mahtab Alam, Naim Ahmad, Quadri Noorulhasan Naveed, Ayyub Patel, Mohammed Abohashrh, Mohammed Abdul Khaleel
2021 Sustainability  
The success of E-Learning initiatives needs to be ensured to make it a sustainable mode of learning.  ...  Based on an extensive literature review, a proposed theoretical model has been developed and tested empirically.  ...  survey with an open-ended question "what are the other factors which are important to evaluate E-Learning system success".  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13052653 doaj:543eae4f76b042aa8c18ad228fe8f417 fatcat:l2jmjp53mngfpf42rf5kqn73fi

Online Learning Cognition as Perceived by Undergraduate Students in China Eastern Province

Zezhao LIU, Haifeng Tian
2020 Asian Journal of Education and e-Learning  
the innate critical factors for individual intention through the selected region of relatively-developed eastern China.  ...  A survey design was used for the study, and a close- ended questionnaire with the six point Likert scale was developed regarding the issues over on-line learning practices.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research is supported by Shaanxi "Thirteen-five Year Plan" Education Science Foundation of mainland China under Research Grant (SGH16V021).  ... 
doi:10.24203/ajeel.v8i3.5308 fatcat:fxysqd34gzhwzcgoucq2wbrjpi

The challenges of E-Learning in South Africa [article]

Moeketsi Letseka
2022 Zenodo  
The chapter unpacks the challenges of e-learning in South Africa  ...  continent through its provision of e-learning.  ...  We argued that collectively, these initiatives place UNISA in an ideal position to play a leading role in increasing access to higher education for marginalised communities in South Africa and in the African  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6334485 fatcat:bbrdkfsnzzfwrkhmrj6x73gd4m

Factors of best practices of e-learning among undergraduate students

2018 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
The findings identified the criticality of factors such as perceived ease of use, complexity, ease of use, attitude, subjective norm, social factors and image to best practices of e-learning.  ...  Thus, the overriding purpose of the study was to provide a diagnostic insight into how different factors come into play in the context of best practices of e-learning.  ...  To identify the best practices of e-learning by undergraduate students 2. To determine the critical factors that influence good practice of e-learning 3.  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2018.10.016 fatcat:xtwhzeui2nb77hu2ulnayjrudq

Predictors of E-Learning Satisfaction in Teaching and Learning for School Teachers: A Literature Review

Mei Lick Cheok, Su Luan Wong
2015 International Journal of Instruction  
The research yields a theoretical framework that outlines the predictive potential of the three groups of key factors in explaining e-learning satisfaction among secondary school teachers.  ...  This paper develops a theoretical model of the determinants of e-learning satisfaction in teaching and learning among secondary school teachers.  ...  Satisfaction has been acknowledged as a critical factor in influencing individuals to repeat e-learning usage (DeLone & McLean, 1992 .  ... 
doi:10.12973/iji.2015.816a fatcat:aty7crftzjeulnqfzprkbqkxwm

Usability evaluation of personalized adaptive e-learning system using USE questionnaire

2020 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
However, despite the many options of learning style models toward using personalized e-learning, there are considerable challenges to assess the usability degree of the e-learning.  ...  Next, the multiple linear regression result showed that the variables usefulness, ease of use, and ease of learning simultaneously influence satisfaction.  ...  We would like to thank the Public Vocational High School 2 Pengasih, Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta, for facilitating this research.  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2020.12.005 fatcat:eodxc2jkfbfs7brzemhxj7rrzu

Technology support for engagement retention: The case of BackPack

2009 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
Empirical results suggest that personalization has a positive influence on perceived usefulness and habit, but does not directly influence continuance intention.  ...  This study extends a post-adoption model on habit and IS continuance to investigate the effect of personalization (which includes personal content management, personal time management and privacy control  ...  Further, system use is positively related to learners' satisfaction with Web-based learning (Chiu et al. 2007) , and further factors have been proposed to have an influence on continuance intention.  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2009.01.012 fatcat:mpfgcctcjzdhtlkmtdbdyuqjkm

Understanding satisfaction essentials of E-learning in higher education: A multi-generational cohort perspective

David Eshun Yawson, Fred Amofa Yamoah
2020 Heliyon  
Despite the increasingly critical role of e-learning in higher education, there is limited understanding of the satisfaction essentials of multi-generational students' cohorts undertaking online courses  ...  The study analysed survey responses from multi-generational students (N = 611) on a core subject in an undergraduate business school programme.  ...  Other studies have used user satisfaction in assessing e-learning systems success as a single comprehensive factor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e05519 pmid:33251368 pmcid:PMC7680767 fatcat:klyx3ppr5reqrfn4n7mmiaigwu

Online Instruction in Higher Education: Promising, Research-based, and Evidence-based Practices

Alison S. Lockman, Barbara R. Schirmer
2020 Journal of Education and e-Learning Research  
success factors.  ...  We also limited our search to studies with undergraduate and graduate students, application of an empirical methodological design, and descriptions of methodology, data analysis, and results with sufficient  ...  To a lesser degree, the research has involved investigations of interventions designed to mitigate the influence of negative factors or enhance the integration of positive factors into faculty pedagogies  ... 
doi:10.20448/journal.509.2020.72.130.152 fatcat:adjldmkrbzb6jbwgdolir6og4u
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