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Students' Web-Based Activities Moderate the Effect of Human-Computer-Interaction Factors on Their E-Learning Acceptance and Success During COVID-19 Pandemic
(Taylor & Francis Inc, 2022)
The purpose of this study is to investigate if students' activities on systems web-based moderate the effect of human-computer interaction (HCI) factors on ease of use and usefulness of e-learning and their success (SS) ...
Exploring non-linear relationships between perceived interactivity or interface design and acceptance of collaborative web-based learning
The novelty of this study is in developing a conceptual model for predicting the non-linear relationships between human-computer interaction factors and ease of use and usefulness of collaborative web-based learning or ...