Abstract: The advent of technology has injected a paradigm shift in teaching and learning. The consequence of the association towards students perception of quality and e-Learning environment has been evaluated but with contradictory results. This question was addressed by surveying 530 students about their perceptions of the e-Learning environment quality in terms of technology. Path analysis was used to investigate how students perception of quality is related to their e-learning outcomes in term of learning success, satisfaction and use. This method is used because it is a straightforward extension of multiple regressions that provide estimates of the magnitude and significance of hypothesized connections between sets of variables. With regard to their learning success and use, the technology quality is significantly related to the e-Learning outcomes. However, the same could not be said for the students satisfaction. The results of the study suggest influencing students perception and goals by adapting openness and having clear objectives among actors of the e-Learning environment.
Nurkaliza Khalid and Azidah Abu Ziden, 2016. Investigating the Quality of e-Learning Technology in Relation to Outcomes. The Social Sciences, 11: 4882-4886.