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Title: A Proposed Framework Factors of the Acceptance of Recommender Systems in E Learning for Saudi Universities
Contributor(s): Alharbi, Hadeel (author); Sandhu, Kamaljeet  (author)
Publication Date: 2017
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Abstract: There is still a gap of knowledge on the usage of recommender systems in Saudi universities and the wider issue of technological change in the universities of developing countries. Relatively, this lack of knowledge is an issue to universities seeking to meet students/instructors' expectations and requirements by offering consistently high perceived service standards of e-learning services in a rapidly changing technological environment. To address this issue, this paper seeks to explore the impact of the acceptance and adoption of recommender systems in e-leaning for Saudi universities and this will help to investigate the students/instructors experience according to the e-learning service quality. Thus, a proposed e-framework has been presented. Such framework describes the factors of acceptance (such as service quality, student/instructor experience, and Human Computer Interaction guidelines) should be considered in thee-learning system because it is viewed as a determinant of student/instructor/university satisfaction.
Publication Type: Book Chapter
Source of Publication: Design Solutions for User-Centric Information Systems, p. 106-123
Publisher: Information Science Reference
Place of Publication: Hershey, United States of America
ISBN: 9781522519447
Field of Research (FOR): 080609 Information Systems Management
080610 Information Systems Organisation
080611 Information Systems Theory
HERDC Category Description: B1 Chapter in a Scholarly Book
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Series Name: Advances in Human and Social Aspects of Technology (AHSAT)
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