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The research aims to develop and confirm the success evaluation model of digital library information system under the universities which consisted six factors, namely quality of information, system quality, service quality, utilization, satisfaction and worthiness including 21 indicators. The research method used a qualitative research approach. The research samples were 507 students and staffs who were the users of the digital library under the universities selected by two-stage sampling. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). The research findings revealed that the success evaluation model of the digital library information system was confirmed by the six factors. The evaluation questionnaire consisted of 52 questions was indicated the quality by the content validity index was between 0.60-1.00, and the reliability using Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was between 0.959 - 0.962 and overall 0.961. Besides, the construct validity of six factors included first and second CFA which the standard value of factor loadings was between 0.87 - 0.96 and the reliability was between 075 - 091. The result of the second CFA showed that the standard value of six factors loadings was between 0.93-0.98. The highest value loading was utilization (0.98), followed by the satisfaction and the worthiness (0.97), the information quality and the system quality (0.94), and the service quality (0.93). The factors were consistent with empirical data with statistically significant (p = 0.360, CMIN/DF = 97.26, GFI = 0.98, AGFI = 0.96, RMSEA = 0.010, RMR = 0.013).
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