Assessing the Adoption of Learning Management Systems (LMS) in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) of Sindh


  • Ummama Khan
  • Zahid Memon MUISTD, Mehran University.
  • Ghazala Tunio MUISTD, Mehran University.
  • Majida Khan


UTAUT2, learning management system (LMS), electronic learning, higher education institutions


The study aims to explore the effect of all essential factors of the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT-2) to adopt Learning Management Systems (LMS) used among higher education institutes in Sindh. A quantitative research approach was used with a close-ended questionnaire to collect the data from higher education institutions faculty members and staff utilising the learning management system (LMS) for educational purposes in different universities. There were 8 (eight) independent factors were taken for this study, i.e. performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, facilitating condition, learning value, hedonic motivation, habit, and behavioural intention. One dependent variable was the adoption of a learning management system. All significance values of independent variables were observed to be less than 0.05 except for effort efficacy and hedonic motivation. This study helps to understand the LMS and its influence on the education system of Sindh and how it works efficiently for improvement and continuing the learning process according to the current situation of education systems. Further, this study will explore the legal platform for enhancing education in different institutions in Sindh, Pakistan.




How to Cite

Ummama Khan, Zahid Memon, Ghazala Tunio, & Majida Khan. (2022). Assessing the Adoption of Learning Management Systems (LMS) in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) of Sindh. International Journal of Emerging Business and Economic Trends, 1(2), 105–115. Retrieved from