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AbstractCharacteristic of modern academic institutions is the utilization of information technology (IT) in the educational activities, including implementation of electronic course management systems (e-CMS). It provides various roles that support institutions staffs to achieve effective and efficient way of teaching. There are several factors that affect e-CMSâ€™ implementation, for instance support from university, the characteristics of the specific e-CMS application, and the acceptance of users. The acceptance of lecturers as one of e-CMSâ€™ main user is critical to determine the acceleration of the e-CMS implementation. The objective of this paper is to evaluate e-CMS implementation in PCU by focusing on lecturersâ€™ acceptance of e-CMS. The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) framework was utilized for the evaluation process. The study found that perceived usefulness is the major concern of Petra Christian Universityâ€™s (PCU) lecturers in their attitude and acceptance to use e-CMS. The Partial Least Squares (PLS) analysis is employed to analyze the structural model in this research.
Hatane, Saarce Elsye and TANGKE, NATALIA (2011) EVALUATION OF E-CMS USING TAM: FOCUSING ON LECTURER ACCEPTANCE. SCHOLAR: GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION JOURNAL, ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY, VOL 3 (NO 1/2). ISSN 1906-6402