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研究生: 範梁慶
研究生(外文): Pham Luong Khanh
論文名稱: Factors Effect on the Benefits of E-learning system in Enterprises in Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam
論文名稱(外文): Factors Effect on the Benefits of E-learning system in Enterprises in Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam
指導教授: 董信煌
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 99
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 60
中文關鍵詞: E-learning SystemInformation System Success Model
外文關鍵詞: E-learning SystemInformation System Success Model
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Today, almost companies  have  to  face  the  how to develop well-trained human resources because the human resources always is the key factor of enterprise success.  While traditional enterprise training model seems to be reliance on standardized testing lessens the amount of actual learning (Bondelli, 2007). So that higher education, an alternative educational method rather than a shift has become more apparent in the very recent years, such as e-learning and virtual learning as a complement to the traditional education.
In higher education, the idea to use computers in order to facilitate the process of learning has evolved with the development of first computer. Then, internet facilitated the design and development of web based learning and terms “E-learning” appeared (Erdelina Kurti, 2008). There are many researches about E-learning system, evaluating e-learning success from an information systems perspective.
Based on Information System Success Model, this study find factors which effect on the benefits of e-learning system in enterprises in Nam Dinh province.  The purpose of this study is to gain a better understanding of e-learning success model and to get a better understanding of the applying of E-learning System in Vietnam. Developing and testing hypotheses by using survey data from 130 entrepreneurs of Nam Dinh province in Viet Nam. This study employed SPSS 16.0 to analyze the collected data to test the relationships among factors and all items require five-point Likert-scale.
The results indicate the positive relationships among factor: Information quality, System quality, Service quality, Use, User Satisfaction and Benefits of E-Learning System.

Today, almost companies  have  to  face  the  how to develop well-trained human resources because the human resources always is the key factor of enterprise success.  While traditional enterprise training model seems to be reliance on standardized testing lessens the amount of actual learning (Bondelli, 2007). So that higher education, an alternative educational method rather than a shift has become more apparent in the very recent years, such as e-learning and virtual learning as a complement to the traditional education.
In higher education, the idea to use computers in order to facilitate the process of learning has evolved with the development of first computer. Then, internet facilitated the design and development of web based learning and terms “E-learning” appeared (Erdelina Kurti, 2008). There are many researches about E-learning system, evaluating e-learning success from an information systems perspective.
Based on Information System Success Model, this study find factors which effect on the benefits of e-learning system in enterprises in Nam Dinh province.  The purpose of this study is to gain a better understanding of e-learning success model and to get a better understanding of the applying of E-learning System in Vietnam. Developing and testing hypotheses by using survey data from 130 entrepreneurs of Nam Dinh province in Viet Nam. This study employed SPSS 16.0 to analyze the collected data to test the relationships among factors and all items require five-point Likert-scale.
The results indicate the positive relationships among factor: Information quality, System quality, Service quality, Use, User Satisfaction and Benefits of E-Learning System.

Abstract  i
Acknowledgments  iii
Table of Contents  iv
List of Tables  vi
List of  Figures  vii
Illustration of Symbols  viii
Chapter 1  Introduction  1
1.1.  Research Background  1
1.1.1.  Traditional Education  1
1.1.2.  E-learning system  1
1.2.  Research Motive  2
1.3.  Research purpose  3
1.4.  Research Method  3
Chapter 2  Literature Review  5
2.1.  E-Learning System  5
2.1.1.  Define  5
2.1.2.  Situation of applying E-learning Sysem in Vietnam and in Nam Dinh Province  8
2.2.  E-Learning Success Models  10
2.2.1.  IS (Information System) Success Models  10
2.2.2.  E-Learning system assessment  12
Chapter 3  Rearch Method  16
3.1.  Research Model  16
3.2.  Research Hypotheses  16
3.3.  Measurement of Variables  17
3.3.1.  Information quality  17
3.3.2.  System  Quality  17
3.3.3.  Use  18
3.3.4.  User Satisfaction  19
3.3.5.  Benefits of E-Learning System  19
3.4.  Data Collection  20
3.4.1.  Data Collection method  20
3.4.2.  Measurement Scale  20
3.4.3.  Population  20
3.4.4.  Sampling method  21
Chapter 4  Rearch Result  22
4.1.  Sample Description  22
4.2.  Reliability and Validity of Variables  23
4.3.  Descriptive Statistics of Variables  27
4.4.  Hypothesis Test  28
4.4.1.  Linear Regression Analysis for User Satisfaction  28
4.4.2.  Linear Regression Analysis for  Use  30
4.4.3.  Linear Regression Analysis for Benefits of E-Learning System  32
4.5.  Discussion  35
Chapter 5  Research Conclusions  37
5.1.  Findings and Contribution  37
5.2.  Implication  37
5.3.  Limitation  38
References  39
Apendix A: Research Questionnaire  43

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