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Explaining Electronic Learning Management Systems (ELMS) continued usage intentions among facilitators in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Tanzania

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- Enablers
- Challenges
- Outcomes and Impacts

- Digital Literacy And Skills
- Internet for Democracy
- Internet Governance
- Internet Or Digital Rights and Freedoms

Author(s): Bruckse Muries and Juma James Masele

This study sought to explain ELMS continued usage intentions among HEIs in Tanzania. The study was guided by main research question, “What explains ELMS continued usage intentions among facilitators in HEIs in Tanzania?”. The study’s findings revealed that ELMS continued usage intentions was positively and significantly influenced by three factors: “perceived importance”, “perceived ease of use” and “organizational management support”. “Facilitating conditions” though positive, it has no significant influence on ELMS continued usage intentions, thus it is not an affection factor. It was therefore accepted that perceived importance, perceived ease to use and organizational management support have power to predict ELMS continued usage intentions in the visited institutions.


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East Africa,

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