To search, Click below search items.


All Published Papers Search Service


Exploring Factors Affecting Undergraduate Students' Acceptance of E-learning Environment


Talib Ahmad Almseidein


Vol. 22  No. 11  pp. 513-524


This study attempts to explore the factors that influence undergraduate students’ acceptance of E-learning systems. To achieve this purpose, the author proposed a new model that aims to examine the impact of system quality, information quality, service quality, system interactivity, computer anxiety, technology experience, computer self-efficacy, accessibility, instructor, course quality, and awareness of ethical issues on E-learning acceptance. Data collected through an online questionnaire survey, that was implemented at the Al-Balqa Applied University in the Jordan. There were 167 students took part in this study. Data has been analyzed using SmartPLS and SPSS and the Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) was applied to Verify the proposed model. The results revealed that all the suggested factors have a positive influence on E-learning acceptance among the students. Determining the factors that affect the acceptance of e-learning, it offers a useful suggestion for developers, decision-makers, policymakers, and designers to develop and improve e-learning system.


E-learning, Factors, Acceptance, Affecting, Student