Defining, Assessing, and Promoting E‐Learning Success: An Information Systems Perspective*

@inproceedings{Holsapple2006DefiningAA,
  title={Defining, Assessing, and Promoting E‐Learning Success: An Information Systems Perspective*},
  author={Clyde W. Holsapple and Anita Lee-Post},
  year={2006}
}
This research advances the understanding of how to define, evaluate, and promote e-learning success from an information systems perspective. It introduces the E-Learning Success Model, which posits that the overall success of an e-learning initiative depends on the attainment of success at each of the three stages of e-learning systems development: system design, system delivery, and system outcome. To study this model, an online version of an undergraduate quantitative methods core course for… CONTINUE READING
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