Succeeding the Implementation of E-Learning Systems in a Multicultural Environment
This paper discusses the impact of culture on e-learning systems. It also provides tools to help e-learning systems implementers succeed the implementation of such systems in different cultures.
||E-learning Systems, Evaluation, Implementation Success, Multicultural Environment
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp.89-96.
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Article: Electronic (PDF File; 828.697KB).
Dr Agourram is an associate professor in the Williams school of Business at Bishop's University. He teaches Management Information Systems courses. He is also a regular member in the Geobusiness Research Center at the University of Sherbrooke. His research interest includes Information Systems Success Evaluation in multicultural environment. He developed IS success models in France, Canada and Germany and he is working on developing other models in other cultures.
Dr Hafid Agourram is also Visiting Professor at King Fahd
University, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
Professor Robson is an associate professor at Bishop's University. He served as a dean of the Williams school for more than ten years. His research interest includes E-learning systems evaluation in multicultural environment
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