Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(4A), pp. 72 - 78
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071411
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Culture, Environment and E-learning as Factor in Student Performance (Case Studies in Management Accounting Study Programs)


Rima Rachmawati 1,*, Evi Octavia 1, Shinta Dewi Herawati 1, Obsatar Sinaga 2
1 Widyatama University, Indonesia
2 Padjadjaran University, Indonesia

ABSTRACT

The aim of the study is to solve the problem of decreasing student academic performance which is influenced by satisfaction in using e-learning, the quality of e-learning systems, environment, and organizational culture. The research method used is verification by using structural equational modeling test with partial least square approach, primary data obtained from questionnaires designed by researchers. Respondents are students who are in management accounting courses with the number of samples using the power analysis. The results of the study answer the problems that occur that there is no evidence of environmental uncertainty, organizational culture towards e-learning. But, e-learning affects user satisfaction, and user satisfaction influences student academic performance. The results of the study are expected to provide input for managers to consider the application of e-learning system learning in management accounting courses. The uniqueness of this research is the development of a success model of information systems from DeLone & McLane, shown by the addition of exogenous variables, namely the environment and organizational culture that were not previously present in the model.

KEYWORDS
E-learning, Student Performance, Culture

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Rima Rachmawati , Evi Octavia , Shinta Dewi Herawati , Obsatar Sinaga . "Culture, Environment and E-learning as Factor in Student Performance (Case Studies in Management Accounting Study Programs)." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.4A (2019) 72 - 78. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071411.