IIJ Vol. 2 / No. 2 (2010)

Title: UTAUT Model for Understanding Learning Management System

Authors: I Gusti Nyoman Sedana and St. Wisnu Wijaya

Affiliation: Universitas Sanata Dharma Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Abstract: Sanata Dharma University has been developing a web based learning management system, named Exelsa (Experiential E-Learning of Sanata Dharma University) since 2008. Exelsa provides a number of learning facilities, including an online discussion board, lecture materials, course content management, a course calendar/schedule, information announcement, online test, auto-marked quizzes and exams. The research aims to analyze the most dominant factors that underlie the acceptance and use of Exelsa among the students of Sanata Dharma University by adopting UTAUT model (Venkatesh et al. in 2003). The data is gathered by distributing questionnaires to many course members and by collecting data from the database of Exelsa. After the data was tabulated then it was analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS). The results shows that performance expectancy, social influence and facilitating conditions have significant influence (α = 0.05) on behavioral intention. It was also shown from two predictor of use behavior (behavioral intention and facilitating conditions), the behavioral intention has a significant influence on use behavior. The research model explained 27.3% of the variance in user intention to use Exelsa. Based on this results, it can be concluded that the UTAUT model is insufficient in explaining students' intentions in using LMS.

Keywords: Exelsa, LMS, PLS, UTAUT.

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