Assessing the Validity of IS Success Models: An Empirical Test and Theoretical Analysis

The purpose of the present study is to empirically and theoretically assess DeLone and McLean's and Seddon's models of information systems success in a quasi-voluntary IS use context

Arun Rai; Sandra S. Lang; Robert B. Welker

2003

Scholarcy highlights

  • The purpose of the present study is to empirically and theoretically assess DeLone and McLean's and Seddon's models of information systems success in a quasi-voluntary IS use context
  • Structural modeling techniques were applied to data collected by questionnaire from 274 system users of an integrated student information system at a midwestern university
  • The empirical findings are assessed in the broader theoretical context of the IS success literature, including the Technology Acceptance Model and the Theory of Planned Behavior
  • Our results support DeLone and McLean's focus on integrated IS success models and their observation that IS success models need to be carefully specified in a given context
  • The Seddon model conceptually elaborates and clarifies aspects of the DeLone and McLean model, thereby effectively integrating core theoretical relationships espoused in the IS success literature
  • Effects of LMS, self‐efficacy, and self‐regulated learning on LMS effectiveness in business education

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