Explicating Students’ Behaviours Of E-Learning: A Viewpoint Of The Extended Technology Acceptance
E-learning system is one of the most important elements that relates to the student’s activity in their learning
process. E-learning offers students and academicians flexibility of time and place that allows learning process to be delivered
or received in a more flexible manner. There is a need for further study to investigate on E-learning especially on the
acceptances from students as the demand of integrating technology into the educational process increased. This study aims to
explore the factors influencing student behavioural intention to use the E-learning system. This quantitative study recruits
one hundred and thirty three distance learning (e-pjj) students of the Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia. Data were
collected through survey using a convenience sampling. The respondents were asked for consent before proceed the survey
in order to ensure that the ethical consideration was taken into account. Results indicate the 3 factors that influence student
behavioural intention with the highest mean value during conducting the study. Data analyses were performed using
Spearman correlation and multiple regression analysis. Mean value of perceived usefulness is the highest with (4.2231),
followed by perceived ease of use (4.1098) and the least is perceived enjoyment (4.1058). It also shows that perceived
usefulness and perceived ease of use are significant and having positive relationship with behavioural intention meanwhile
for perceived enjoyment is not significant. The study would suggest that there is a need for the stakeholders to provide a
better technology and resources to make it E-learning more effective and undeniably acceptable by the users.
Index terms- Behavioural intention, E-learning, Higher institutions, Technology Acceptance Model.