IS Curriculum, Education and Teaching Cases


As part of a longitudinal analysis of user experience in an eLearning system, this paper reports on an exploratory study thatinvestigated the relationship between patterns of usage and measures of student outcomes. The data was collected over asemester of an undergraduate and postgraduate course on Information Systems of 135 students working in a blended learningenvironment. A survey was also conducted at the end of the semester to measure the students' perceptions and evaluation ofself-efficacy. The data indicates that there are some consistent usage patterns and higher levels of eLearning systemengagement for higher than average performing students. Outcomes of the study have also been analyzed to provide insightsinto features of eLearning systems that can potentially contribute to improved learning outcomes.