Student perception of Moodle learning management system: a satisfaction and significance analysis

@article{Horvat2015StudentPO,
  title={Student perception of Moodle learning management system: a satisfaction and significance analysis},
  author={Ana Horvat and Marina Dobrota and Maja Krsmanovic and Mladen {\vC}udanov},
  journal={Interactive Learning Environments},
  year={2015},
  volume={23},
  pages={515 - 527}
}
This research study addresses differences in student perception of the significance of Moodle learning management system (LMS) quality characteristics and differences in student satisfaction in regard to such characteristics. Therein, it has been proven in this study that male and female students are equally satisfied with Moodle LMS quality characteristics and that there is a difference in the significance that students give to these characteristics. When students were observed in regard to… 

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