The role of System Sociability Factor in Modeling Learning Management System Success in University Education
Integration of the Information and Communication Technologies into the education process has become vital especially by the universities and the higher education institutions. Measuring the e-learning system impact is the only method to ensure the quality of the implementation. Therefore, developing theories, models and standards for judging the quality of e-learning practice become important. This study aims to extend the understanding of the e-learning success from different perspectives by considering the e-learning system as a mixed discipline between technology and community interaction. This study proposes a revised conceptual model for E-learning System Success based on two known information system and interaction assessing theories. D&M IS success model and Preece’s sociability and usability framework are the two major theories used to build the revised model. In order to validate the proposed model, content validity, face validity and reliability tests were applied to the survey to check the overall consistency. Research are in proceeding for testing the factors and relations in the model using different content management system. Quantitative analysis using sequential equation modelling are used.