Investigating university students' intention to use mobile learning management systems in Sweden.

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      This study aims to explore university students' intention to use mobile learning management systems (m-LMS) in higher education in Sweden. To address this, a research model based on the technology acceptance model (TAM) and nine research hypotheses are developed. In addition to perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use from the TAM, the research model includes academic relevance, university management support and perceived mobility value from previous literature as external variables to study the adoption of m-LMS. The proposed research model and research hypotheses are empirically tested with 130 university students in Sweden. According to the results, support is found for seven of the nine research hypotheses. This study contributes to the validation of the extended TAM for mobile learning and demonstrates the hypothesised model moderately predicts students' intention to adopt m-LMS in higher education in Sweden. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]