Document Type : Original Research Paper


1 Department of Management, Lorestan University, Lorestan, Iran

2 Department of Management, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran


Electronic learning shows in general refer to methods that use electronic educational content This research have been done among university faculty of Lorestan Province which has familiarity with learning systems.. According to statistical society (unlimited) the size of the sample determines 150 people and with %5 significance level. Instrument used in this research was closed questionnaire and for determining the relations between variables, data by path analysis technique and correlation matrix has been used effects directly on usefulness of understanding with a coefficient of .28. Understanding of extended network and self-success of computer with effect on ease of understanding indirectly effect with a coefficient of .20 on electronic learning system acceptance.  Also Learners by greater confidence in using computers believe their ability to use e-learning system for education and perceptual the usefulness of system in E-learning and use it. As a result, they consider  system as a useful tool in learning.


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