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How E-Learning Is Reshaping the Education Industry of Developing Economy? An Evidence from PLS-SEM Approach

Ali, Hassan and Azhar, Maham and Zain, Marium and Shekhani, Hira and Muhammad Iqbal, Fahad (2022): How E-Learning Is Reshaping the Education Industry of Developing Economy? An Evidence from PLS-SEM Approach.

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The tremendous advancement of information technology has altered the way education is delivered. Students are increasingly opting for e-learning in order to improve their academic success. Explanatory research was chosen since it is based on a well-established principle and clarifies the relationship between the independent and dependent variables. Computer self-efficacy (CSE), goal-setting (GOS), meta-cognitive strategy (METS), and online environment (ONE) are independent variables, whereas academic performance is the dependent variable (ACS). The study examined multidimensional interactions in e-learning to investigate the impact of e-learning applications on academic success. The goal of the study is to increase students' academic performance. A questionnaire was used to collect data from students, and the structural equation model (SEM) was used to prove assumptions. The positive relationship between goal setting, computer self-efficacy, metacognitive strategy, and social interaction with academic success was proposed in this study, and three of the five hypotheses were accepted. However, the finding shows that the relationship between goal setting and computer self-efficacy on academic success was insignificant. The findings of this study will assist higher education institutions in improving their e-learning methods and efforts. In addition, the research model employed helps to a better knowledge of e-learning in both theory and practice.

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