The Effects of e-Learning System on Academic Performance in Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania: Mediation Effect of Behavioral Intention (74476)

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Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation

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This study assessed the effects of e-Learning System on Academic performance in Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania. The study specifically focused on the indirect effects of effort expectancy and performance expectancy on academic performance with the mediating effect of behavioral intention to use e-Learning system. The study was guided by UTAUT. Descriptive research design was employed in this study. The study used positivism research paradigm and a simple random sampling technique was used to obtain a sample size of 322 respondents. Data were collected through questionnaire and documentary review. Inferential statistics analysis for the collected data was conducted using Partial Squares Structural Equation Modeling with the help of SmartPLS 4 and for descriptive statistics analysis IBM SPSS Statistics Version 26 was used for data collected regarding respondents’ profile. The findings reveal that effort expectancy and performance expectancy are determinants of e-Learning System and have indirect positive effects on academic performance. The study concludes that effort expectancy and performance expectancy are factors influencing academic performance through behavioral intention to use e-Learning System. The study recommends that, Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania and other developing countries should consider the effort expectancy, performance expectancy and the behavioral intention of students in achieving the best academic performance.

Authors:
Deus Shatta, National Institute of Transport, Tanzania
Bahati Mabina, National Institute of Transport, Tanzania


About the Presenter(s)
Dr Deus SHATTA is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at National Institute of Transport in Tanzania

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Posted by Clive Staples Lewis

Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00