Title: An Investigation to Examine Factors Influencing University Students’ Behavioural Intention Towards the Acceptance of Brightspace LMS: Using SEM Approach
Stream: Learning Experiences, Student Learning & Learner Diversity
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation
Lilian Yap, Wawasan Open University, Malaysia
Geok Ling Khoo, Wawasan Open University, Malaysia
The study assessed the influence of extrinsic (Information Quality & Functionality) and intrinsic (Enjoyment & Learning Goals Orientation) motivation variables, over the users’ Perceived Usefulness (PU) and Perceived Ease of Use (PEOU) towards the acceptance of Brightspace by D2L Learning Management System (LMS). Brightspace is new cloud-based LMS implemented in January 2021, is in the seventh month of usage, it’s a virtual learning environment with no boundaries of space and time between the instructors and the students. It is equipped with various learning features such as interactive content, assessment, curated resources, video submission, and monitoring students’ learning progress. The questionnaire was created online via Google Form and was distributed to about 300 students via email. As the university was still having online classes in July 21, we seek assistance from the tutors of classes to help urge the students to respond to the survey. We managed to get about 200 student responses.
The structural model analysis demonstrated that the users’ extrinsic values showed a positive influence on perceived usefulness. Also, the users’ intrinsic values showed a positive influence on perceived ease of use. Likewise, the perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use were found to influence the behavioural intention positively.
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