During the COVID-19 pandemic, several universities are finding it difficult to provide and use online and e-learning systems. Blackboard, for example, is an e-learning system with various wonderful features that would be useful during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, knowing the acceptance variables as well as the primary problems that contemporary e-learning technologies confront is crucial for efficient utilization. The growing number of students attending different instructional organizations has resulted in a greater volume of material being needed in these organizations both from the academic and professional workforce and also because learning management systems and e-learning are indeed the university prospect, several more universities and colleges have accepted them. The purpose is to analyze the most popular E-learning system, the Blackboard system, and the authors suggest a learning management control system to accommodate major e-learning features. A Blackboard system is a plethora of academic perspectives, research, ideas, theories, and affective responses to the virtual learning environment. To use it, the technology acceptance model in times of crisis (TAMTC) has been developed as a way to evaluate student acceptability. The existing literature demonstrates that the field of information administration is constantly changing due to the effect of learning technologies like the blackboard system. Given their reduced utilization of the system, the data reveal a high level of student acceptability. The conclusions of this study provide important recommendations for policymakers, managers, developers, and academics, allowing them may further understand the key factors of successfully using an e-learning system during the COVID-19 epidemic.
H. R. Khalaf, Mohamed; M. Abdel Azim, Zeinab; H. A. H. Elkhateeb, Walid; and R. Shahin, Osama
"Explore the E-Learning Management System Lower usage during COVID-19 Pandemic,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol11/iss2/53