Although task technology fit has received academic attention as a measure of information systems success, compared to other popular information systems success models it has received less empirical testing in the information systems field. One reason might be a relatively low explanatory power for the main construct, i.e., task technology fit, in the model. In this study, we suggest content characteristics as a new determinant of fit, and empirically test it along with the two existing determinants, task and technology characteristics with 105 users of a web-based learning management system. In order to verify the contribution of content characteristics to the explanatory power, both task technology fit models with and without content characteristics are tested and compared. The results support that the addition of content characteristics dramatically increases the explanatory power for the task technology fit.
"Exploring a New Determinant of Task Technology Fit: Content Characteristics,"
Journal of International Technology and Information Management: Vol. 27:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/jitim/vol27/iss3/6