Predicting Factors Influencing Usage Intention of E-Learning

Amri Tanduklangi, Dedy Takdir Syaifuddin, Adnan Hakim, Sujono .


Through the help of the internet, a large number of higher education institutions encourage faculty and students to adopt e-learning. The objective of this paper is to discuss the factors that might influence the usage intention  of e-learning  among students at the tertiary level by using a theoretical model of the extended  technology acceptance model (TAM). Based on  literature reviews, several factors are considered to be very influential on the e-learning usage intention, which will be the discussion of this paper including aspects of an organization, culture, and technology. These   will cover   the importance of  considering organizational support and values belong to a social group. These factors will be integrated with the determinants of technology, namely perceived ease of use, and perceived usefulness as determinants of e-learning usage intention of students.

Keywords: Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), the Internet, e-learning, organizational support, organizational culture, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, usage intention.

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