Professor and Director Academics
Iqra University
Impact Factor
No Content

Adoption of E-learning System in Higher Education Environments: Evidence from Modified UTAUT Model

ASR Chiang Mai University Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities

Indexing :

E-Learning has been an exceptional support for learners across the globe. Many people are using electronic media for different purposes. Hence, learners, especially students, can benefit from the electronic system as well. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the adoption level of e-learning systems by using the extended model of UTAUT2. The data was collected using the survey method, and for this purpose, the five-point Likert scale has been used. The statistical techniques applied to the data set were confirmatory factor analysis and partial least square structural equation modeling. The results reveal that performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, facilitating conditions, habit, knowledge acquisition, and knowledge sharing are positively linked with behavioral intention to use e-learning systems except for hedonic motivation. The modified model adds two new predictors: knowledge acquisition and knowledge sharing that influence students' acceptance of e-learning systems. Therefore, it will provide the educationists and policymakers a new insight into whether students are willing to adopt the E-learning system for daily use.


E-Learning System, Behavioral intention, Knowledge acquisition, Knowledge sharing, Higher education, PLS-SEM

Copyright© draliraza.com 2023 — All Rights Reserved