Relationships among e-learning systems and e-learning outcomes: A path analysis model

@inproceedings{Eom2011RelationshipsAE,
  title={Relationships among e-learning systems and e-learning outcomes: A path analysis model},
  author={Sean B. Eom},
  year={2011}
}
In this study, path analysis modeling is applied to examine the relationships among e-learning systems, self-efficacy, and students’ perceived learning outcomes in the context of university online courses. Independent variables included in the study are e-learning system quality, information quality, computer self-efficacy, system-use, self-regulated learning behavior, and user satisfaction as potential determinants of online learning outcomes. A total of 674 valid unduplicated responses from… CONTINUE READING

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