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E-learning is emerging as the new paradigm of modern education. Worldwide, the e-learning market has a growth rate of 35.6%, but failures exist. Little is known about why many users stop their online learning after their initial experience. Previous research done under different task environments has suggested a variety of factors affecting user(More)
Previous research suggests that an eventual information technology (IT) success depend on both its initial adoption (acceptance) and subsequent continued usage (continuance). Expectancy disconfirmation theory (EDT) has been successfully used to predict usersÕ intention to continue using information technologies. This study proposed a decomposed EDT model to(More)
The rapid development of computer and Internet technologies has made e-Learning become an important learning method. There has been a considerable increase in the needs for multimedia instructional material in e-Learning recently as such content has been shown to attract a learnerÕs attention and interests. The multimedia content alone, however, does not(More)
Like any other product, service and Web-based application, the success of Web-based learning depends largely on learners' satisfaction and other factors that will eventually increase learners' intention to continue using it. This paper integrates the concept of subjective task value and fairness theory to construct a model for investigating the motivations(More)
As the World Wide Web develops, the number of new websites grows at an astounding speed. However, many web sites are designed and established without the aid of sufficient professional skills and resources, so their quality is often questionable. Therefore, evaluation of the quality of web sites becomes important. In this work, step-wise regression method(More)
Some teachers adopt a blended learning model that combines traditional classroom teaching and an e-learning system. In this model, a teacher may teach the first few sessions in a classroom. After the students have established a general idea of the course, they can then proceed to on-line learning and interaction. This study aimed to discover the(More)