• Budi Istiyanto STIE Surakarta, Sukoharjo, Indonesia
  • Muhammad Luqman Hakim STIE Surakarta, Sukoharjo, Indonesia


The covid-19 pandemic has a major impact on various sector, including the education sector. The education system has undergone a major change. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused restrictions on mobility which resulted in limited interaction between humans. In the world of education, face to face learning systems are considered high risk, so it’s limited. One of the ways to innovate in education is through the Learning Management System (LMS). This system has the advantage of accessing learning anywhere and anytime. The purpose of this study was to investigate student to achieve and satisfaction from the LMS. The Independent variables is Student Adoption Intention. The intervening variable is Student Perceived Benefits. The dependent variable is Student Achievement and Student Satisfaction. Methodology used primary data with a questionnaire from 100 students from various Universities in the Surakarta and used a purposive sampling technique. Main result show that LMS has an important role in learning transformation amid the obstacles to the Covid-19 pandemic. LMS can also improve student achievement and student satisfaction. Conclusion, this finding has implications for universities to implement LMS in their programs.


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How to Cite

Istiyanto, B. ., & Hakim, M. L. . (2022). ANALYSIS OF STUDENT SATISFACTION AND ACHIEVEMENT WITH LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. International Conference of Business and Social Sciences, 2(1), 415–423. Retrieved from