Technology Acceptance Model & LMS
Technology Acceptance Model to Determine the Faculty Members’ Experiences of LMS During COVID-19

Ahmed Lashari |
MS Scholar |
Volume: 2 | Issue : 1 (2023/06/01)


Background: This study aims to measure the differences between the attitudes Pakistan academics based on their expectations before they use the learning management system since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic and after attaining their experience through practice. 

Methodology: A quantitative research approach has been adopted, and the sample individuals are 86 as a pre-sample and 85 as a post-sample. TAM2 model staff were used to build the data collection tool and link the impact of variables (sex, specialization, scientific rank, training duration and use).

Findings: Results showed that cumulative experiences play a crucial role in creating a meaning of orientation and practice in connection with the actual use of techniques and that the practice according to long periods of experience in the services of technology in the educational process provides a more realistic measurement of different from the opinion of any sample in the beginnings of its use of technology in its initial stages. There were statistically significant differences in favor of the pre-sample about their high acceptance of the system, and they had positive attitudes. 

Conclusion: Towards expecting their use Different perspectives were monitored for the post-sample (after experience practicing the system) because of the barriers and difficulties they faced during their activation and use of the system, which negatively affected their attitudes. The study recommended raising cultural awareness and promoting the proper activation of technical tools by conducting more training courses in this field because it impacts the formation of positive accumulative orientation, affecting adoption during the use time.

Keywords: Experience in practice, technology acceptance model, learning management system, faculty staff