What is it about?

The majority of e‐learning empirical research studies have focused on studies examining potential predictors of e‐learning success. This paper is to empirically test the effects of e‐learning management systems (LMS), self‐efficacy and self‐regulated learning on learner satisfaction and system effectiveness.

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Why is it important?

Most of these empirical studies failed to include the technological dimension as an antecedent of effectiveness of e‐learning systems. This focused on the technological dimension.

Perspectives

This paper provides empirical evidence to support that e‐learner satisfaction is an important predictor of e‐LMS effectiveness and that systems quality and information quality have significant direct impacts on the perceived satisfaction of e‐learners with e‐LMS.

Professor sean b eom
Southeast Missouri State University

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This page is a summary of: Effects of LMS, self‐efficacy, and self‐regulated learning on LMS effectiveness in business education, Journal of International Education in Business, November 2012, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/18363261211281744.
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