Multi-dimensional students' evaluation of e-learning systems in the higher education context: An empirical investigation

  title={Multi-dimensional students' evaluation of e-learning systems in the higher education context: An empirical investigation},
  author={Sevgi {\"O}zkan and Refika Koseler},
  journal={Comput. Educ.},

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