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Klobas, J. E., & McGill, T. J. (2010). The role of involvement in learning management system success. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 22(2), 114–134. http://doi.org/10.1007/s12528-010-9032-5

Notes:

p.129: Student involvement has a significant effect on students’ perceptions of the benefits of LMS use. The more involved a student is with the LMS site for a course, the stronger the benefits they report obtaining from use — Highlighted Jan 30, 2016

p.129: On the other hand, student involvement has no effect on LMS use — Highlighted Jan 30, 2016

p.129: More experienced users need less time to use the LMS — Highlighted Jan 30, 2016

p.130: instructor involvement affects the perceived benefits of LMS use, but the effect is small relative to the effect of student involvement — Highlighted Jan 30, 2016

p.130: Instructor involvement encourages students to participate in online discussion and this appears to overcome the reluctance that longer term computer users might feel in using the LMS in more routine ways. — Highlighted Jan 30, 2016


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