E-learning is an effective way for job-training and continuous education. In recognizing the need for civil servants to embrace the lifelong learning to sustain competitiveness, many countries around the world have created policies to develop e-learning. This study is focus on civil servants’ e-learning continuance intention and through e-learning experience to achieve lifelong learning. Based on Information system (IS) success model proposed by Seddon (1997) and adding organizational factors (Incentive, Supervisor Support, and Technical Support) to survey civil servants’ e-learning behaviour. The sample for the study was taken from the civil servants in Taiwan who have the experience of using the lifelong e-learning websites. The results also support Seddon’s IS success model. Finally, the implications and limitations of the study are discussed.
Korea embraced e-learning with the same enthusiasm and holistic thinking that has typified its approach to other e-strategies.
Also in 2001 the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs (MOGAHA) put into effect regulations for cyber training of government civil servants – serving the dual strategy of driving e-enabled government efficiency and stimulating the domestic market for e-learning products and services
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