Individual Appropriation of Learning Management Systems—Antecedents and Consequences

Item Type Journal paper
Abstract

IT support in the learning process constitutes a key factor for the success of innovative teaching/learning scenarios. To ensure learning success in innovative teaching/learning scenarios, learners need to faithfully apply learning management systems (LMS). However, we lack theoretical insights into which factors affect whether they do so. To help solve this issue, we first used adaptive structuration theory to identify antecedents and consequences regarding faithful LMS appropriation and embed them into a theoretical model. Second, we conducted a survey study with 173 participants to evaluate the model. The results show that the perceived IT support, interactivity, and the task-technology fit significantly affect the degree to which learners faithfully apply a LMS. Moreover, the results indicate that faithful appropriation is a significant indicator of the learning process satisfaction as well as perceived learning success. The present paper thus theoretically contributes to the scientific discussion concerning technology-mediated learning processes while also making a practical contribution by deriving implications for LMS application.

Authors Janson, Andreas; Söllner, Matthias & Leimeister, Jan Marco
Research Team IWI6, IWI4
Journal or Publication Title AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction
Language English
Subjects business studies
information management
education
other research area
Institute/School IWI - Institute of Information Management
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
Date 2017
Volume 9
Number 3
Page Range 173-201
Depositing User Mahei Li
Date Deposited 30 Sep 2017 12:01
Last Modified 17 Jan 2018 15:48
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/252076

Download

[img]
Preview
Text
JML_658.pdf

Download (902kB) | Preview

Citation

Janson, Andreas; Söllner, Matthias & Leimeister, Jan Marco (2017) Individual Appropriation of Learning Management Systems—Antecedents and Consequences. AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, 9 (3). 173-201.

Statistics

https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/id/eprint/252076
Edit item Edit item
Feedback?