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  • This study investigates an integrated model of TAM and IS success model.E-learning satisfaction and usage intention both are explained with four variables.Intention and satisfaction both predict the actual use of e-learning.System quality and information quality are found to be the most important drivers.Perceived usefulness mediates the relationship between ease of use and intention. The purpose of this paper is to examine an integrated model of TAM and D&M to explore the effects of quality features, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness on users' intentions and satisfaction, alongside the mediating effect of usability towards use of e-learning in Iran. Based on the e-learning user data collected through a survey, structural equations modeling (SEM) and path analysis were employed to test the research model. The results revealed that "intention" and "user satisfaction" both had positive effects on actual use of e-learning. "System quality" and "information quality" were found to be the primary factors driving users' intentions and satisfaction towards use of e-learning. At last, "perceived usefulness" mediated the relationship between ease of use and users' intentions. The sample consisted of e-learning users of four public universities in Iran. Past studies have seldom examined an integrated model in the context of e-learning in developing countries. Moreover, this paper tries to provide a literature review of recent published studies in the field of e-learning. ()
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  • 63 ()
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  • 2016-09-16 ()
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  • 10.1016/j.chb.2014.07.044 ()
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  • 374 ()
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  • 97 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2015-04-01 ()
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  • Elsevier Science Publishers B. V. ()
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  • 19784 ()
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  • 116 ()
?:startingPage
  • 359 ()
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  • Investigating users' perspectives on e-learning ()
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?:volume
  • 45 ()

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