Analyzing Students’ Perspective of the Learning Management System Moodle at the University of Belize


  • Aracelli Muschamp University of Belize
  • Marlon Cus University of Belize
  • Tyrah Humes University of Belize
  • Angela Flowers University of Belize


Management Information Systems (MIS) is the study of people, organizations, technology and the relations among them. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are very commonly utilized in upper level education. In addition, a large part of the exploration on LMSs has had an innovation centered or has been restricted to investigations of appropriation. To exploit the potential related with LMSs, research that tends to the part of LMSs in learning achievement is required. Task-technology fit is one factor that has been appeared to impact both the utilization of information systems and their presentation impacts. Recently, the University of Belize had to transition almost instantly to delivering their courses fully online at the expense of the Covid-19 pandemic. The study depicted in this paper utilized the innovation to execution fasten as a structure to address the subject of what task–technology fit means for the exhibition effects of LMSs. The outcomes offer solid help for the significance of undertaking innovation fit, which affected apparent effect on learning both straightforwardly and by implication through degree of usage. The task-technology fit on LMSs showed that students agreed that Moodle benefited them in advancing the productivity of their studies online. When it came to expectations, Moodle E-learning positively impacted the learning experiences of UB students. It was also agreed that students feel comfortable when their lecturers choose Moodle to improve their studies.