The use of learning management systems (LMS) on educative institutions has been generalized over the last few years, and this is why it is necessary to measure its impact on the pedagogical processes. Aiming to improve the usage of the Moodle platform as a support to the teaching-learning processes, in this paper, the student’s perception related to its usage in two subjects is analyzed. For this purpose, the Technological Acceptation Model (TAM) is used. An empiric study over two academic semesters is made, over a 101 students’ sample, who were interviewed over the web. The collected information was then used to perform uni-variant and bi-variant statistical analysis and perform a structural equation model. The results obtained reveal a moderately positive attitude towards the employment of the virtual classroom, reflecting a good valorization of its simplicity to use and its utility. At the same time, a good perception of the instructional design applied to virtual classrooms is evidenced, as the students perceive the activities implemented as beneficial to their learning.
|Translated title of the contribution||Evaluation of the student perception in relation to the use of the moodle platform from the TAM perspective|
|Number of pages||12|
|State||Published - Dec 2019|
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