It is possible to learn more quickly and effectively with e-learning software development because it provides learners with convenient and flexible learning environments. This allows them to progress further in their careers. Reports on web-based e-learning systems for in-service education have frequently neglected to include the viewpoint of the instructor. In order to conduct quantitative research, a sample of 50 academic staff members was selected. The purpose of this study was to investigate various factors that influence the intention to use web-based e-learning, with the theoretical foundation being provided by university lecturers. According to the findings of the study, the intention to use web-based e-learning for in-service training is positively correlated with the motivation to use the Internet and the belief in one's own ability to use the Internet. In terms of intentions to use web-based e-learning in-service training, a statistically significant increase in computer anxiety had an impact. University lecturers embraced Web-based e-learning systems because they believed they would be beneficial and because they were eager to put them to use.
"The Factors Influencing the Acceptance of Web-Based E-Learning System Among Academic Staffs of Saudi Arabia,"
Future Computing and Informatics Journal: Vol. 6:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/fcij/vol6/iss2/5
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