Empirical investigation of e-learning acceptance and assimilation: A structural equation model

@article{Algahtani2016EmpiricalIO,
  title={Empirical investigation of e-learning acceptance and assimilation: A structural equation model},
  author={Said S. Al-gahtani},
  journal={Applied Computing and Informatics},
  year={2016},
  volume={12},
  pages={27-50}
}
Abstract E-learning has become progressively more vital for academia and corporate training and has potentially become one of the most significant developments and applications in Information Technologies (ITs). This study used a quantitative approach seeking a causative explanation of the decision behavior of individuals toward the acceptance and assimilation of e-learning in academic settings. A survey of 286 participants (students) was conducted to collect the research data. Our study… Expand
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