Students’ Perception of Moodle: Consumerization Effects on Task Technology Fit of a Learning Management System at The University of Belize


  • Shimon Armstrong The University Of Belize
  • Niandra Palacio
  • Xavier Belgrove


A Learning Management System has become an integral mechanism in all aspects of education delivery globally. With the inception of the current COVID Virus Pandemic, it has become more significant in Belize. Consumerization refers to specific impacts to a business, from consumer originated technologies. The effects of consumerization may result in the adaptation and continued use of a Learning Management system. The reality is our limited literature of this content in the Belizean context. This research will aim to bridge this gap with the use of quantitative analysis to find the consequences and outcome of the use of Moodle by students at the University of Belize. The findings allowed us to present the effects of how consumerization affects how students adapt to Moodle and it’s fit for the required tasks.