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    Examining the integrated influence of quality and attitude factors on e-learners' satisfaction and e-learning system success in Thai public university 

    Veerapong Pipithsuksunt; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)

    E-Learning is a new way of learning for future education with many advantages, such as just-in-time information, personalized learning, ease of distribution, “anywhere, anytime availability”, and the ability to track progress and performance. In Thailand, more E-Learning classes are being offered by the public universities. This study discusses the various factors that influence E-Learners’ Satisfaction and E-Learning System Success in the Thai public universities. These factors include quality and attitude factors with different type of public ...