A Combined Model for Continuous Intention to Use E-Learning System

Ragad M Tawafak, Sohail Iqbal Malik, Roy Mathew, Mohammed Waseem Ashfaque, Jasiya Jabbar, Maryam Nasser AlNuaimi, Abdalla ElDow, Ghaliya Alfarsi


E-learning systems installed in educational institutions have increased the efficiency of scholarly processes over the years. E-learning, however, has faced many factors affecting the continuous intention of teachers and students to use e-learning, such as student satisfaction, productivity, and academic success. Therefore to improve academic success, there is a need for institutions to enhance their e-learning programs. Thus the primary objective of this thesis is to construct a composite. This research focuses on the advancement of e-learning to boost students' continuous trying to use e-learning to increase students' level of understanding and academic performance. Data were collected using questionnaires returned to determine their e-learning feedback by 295 undergraduates from four universities in Oman, after which (PLS-SEM) used e-learning to assess their ongoing trial of using e-learning. The facts demonstrate that the variables are essential for the continuing decision to use e-learning.


E-learning; PLS-SEM, TAM; TTF; ECT.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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