Learning Management System Usage among Undergraduates in a Developing Context: An Extension to the Technology Acceptance Model
Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies,
Why are students in developing countries reluctant to effectively and efficiently participate in Learning Management Systems (LMSs)? Many researchers have conducted focusing on validating existing theories in developing contexts. This article aims to extend the knowledge about the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) by incorporating external variables - subjective norms, experience in the internet and computer, self-efficacy, technical support, and anxiety - which will lead to an efficient and effective LMS usage in developing contexts.
- technology acceptance model (TAM)
- developing contexts
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