Abstract—In this research, the effect of the replacement of
Learning Management System on students' satisfaction in a
university and a college was examined. In the unique setting of
the research, the only change made was of the platform, with no
technological, pedagogical, organizational or other changes
accompanying the process. A user satisfaction survey revealed
that the platform change explains seven percents of the shift in
students' satisfaction, and found no difference between the two
institutes. Possible explanations and implications are suggested
in the concluding section of the paper.
Index Terms—Information system success, learning management system, students satisfaction, technological platform.
Gali Naveh and Amit Shelef are with Shamoon College of Engineering, Beer Sheva, Israel (e-mail: GaliNaveh@sce.ac.il, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Gali Naveh and Amit Shelef, "Does Platform Matter? A Case Study of Learning Management System," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 7, no. 10, pp. 749-752, 2017.