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In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems, June, St. Gallen, Switzerland. -->Summary: − Literature review − Concludes with a model proposition based on TAM − Suggests future use of PLS 1. 2. Chang, S-C and Tung, F-C. (2008). An empirical investigation of students’ behavioural intentions to use the online learning course websites. British Journal of Educational Technology 39(1), 71-83 -->Summary: − Empirical study − based on combination of TAM, IDT and other constructs − LISREL, SPSS
3. de Carvalho, R.B., Araújo, M., Ferreira, T. and Wei, C. (2005). Towards a Portal Maturity Model (PMM): Investigating Social and Technological Effects of Portals on Knowledge Management Initiatives. In: Proceedings of the 34th Canadian Academy of Information Sciences Annual Conference -->Summary: - Theoretical proposition of the Portal Maturity model − Encapsulates concepts from TAM 4. Ngai, E.W.T., Poon, J.K.L. and Chan, Y.H.C. (2007). Empirical examination of the adoption of WebCT using TAM. Computers & Education 48, pp. 250–267. -->Summary: - Extended TAM - Empirical study -Uses SEM (does not clarify—possibly PLS since there is no goodness of fit etc ) 5. Ong, C-S, Lai, J-Y and Wang, Y-S. (2004). Factors affecting engineers’ . acceptance of asynchronous e-learning systems in high-tech companies. Information & Management 41, pp. 795–804. -->Summary: - Extended TAM - Empirical study amongst engineers from international companies - SAS CALIS ( Similar to LISREL SEM) 6. Ong, C-S, Lai, J-Y (2006). Gender differences in perceptions and . relationships among dominants of e-learning acceptance. Computers in Human Behavior 22 (2006), pp. 816–829. -->Summary: -TAM - SAS CALIS similar to LISREL
-empirical study in companies 7. Behrens, S., Jamieson, K., Jones, D. and Cranston, M. (2005).Predicting System Success using the Technology Acceptance Model: A Case Study. 16th Australasian Conference on Information Systems. 9 Nov – 2 Dec 2005, Sydney. -->Summary: - empirical investigation based on an Online Assignment Submission, Infocom System (OASIS) - TAM - Does not describe the data analysis method
8. Roca, J.C. and Gagne΄, M.(2008). Understanding e-learning continuance intention in the workplace: A self-determination theory perspective.Computers in Human Behavior 24, pp.1585–1604. -->Summary: - Uses the SDT (self-determination theory) and extends TAM - continuance intention concepts - Data analysis with LISREL 9. Saadé, R.G., Nebebe, F. and Tan,W.(2007).Viability of the “Technology Acceptance Model”in Multimedia Learning Environments: A Comparative Study. Interdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects, 3, -->Summary: - Uses TAM - Data analysis PLS 10.Liaw, S-S. (2008). Investigating students’ perceived satisfaction,behavioral intention, and effectiveness of e-learning: A case study of the Blackboard system. Computers & Education, 51, pp.864–873 -->Summary: - Uses TAM; 3-TUM - Data analysis with multiple regression
11. Sun, P-C., Tsai, R.J., Finger,G., Chen, Y-Y and Yeh, D. (2008). What . drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation of the critical factors influencing learner satisfaction. Computers & Education 50, pp. 1183–1202 -->Summary: - Uses custom model based on TAM - Data analysis with SPSS
12.Zhang, N., Guo, X-H. and Chen, G-Q. (2007). Extended Information Technology Initial Acceptance Model and Its Empirical Test. SETP, 27(9): 123–130 -->Summary: - Uses TAM in a generic IT acceptance setting - Data analysis with PLS THEORETICAL PAPERS 13.King, R.W. And He, J. (2006). A meta-analysis of the technology acceptance model. Information & Management. 14.Whitworth, B., Bañuls, V., Sylla, V. and Mahinda, E. (2008).Expanding the Criteria for Evaluating Socio-Technical Software. IEEE Transactions on Systems, man and Cybernetics 38(4)