A Model for The Adoption of E-Learning in Libyan Higher Education Institutions

Halema H Mhamed Alshref; Dr. Omar Ismael Al-Sanjary, Dr. Md. Gapar Md. Johar


This research investigates factors influencing e-learning adoption in Libyan Higher Education Institutions (LHEIs) and Important-Performance Map Analysis. Beginning with a literature review, key concepts like e-learning adoption and technology adoption models are defined. The implementation of eLearning in developing countries is infrequent compared to that of developed countries. To address this critical knowledge deficit, this study investigated the adoption, usage, and implementation of eLearning systems and applications in Libyan higher education institutions (LHEIs), in response to numerous calls in the literature for additional research in this area. As well as the unresolved issues and challenges that higher education institutions (LHEIs) encounter. Therefore, the results of the study indicate that the technology acceptability model (TAM) is the prevailing theoretical framework utilized to assess the implementation of eLearning in LHEIs.

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