A Conceptual Model of eLearning Adoption

  title={A Conceptual Model of eLearning Adoption},
  author={Muneer Abbad},
Internet-based learning systems are being used in many universities and firms but their adoption requires a solid understanding of the user acceptance processes. The technology acceptance model (TAM) has been used to test the acceptance of various technologies and software within an e-learning context. This research aims to discuss the main factors of a successful e-learning adoption by students. A conceptual research framework of e-learning adoption is proposed based on the TAM model. 

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