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e-Learning can be seen as not only one of Internet-based information technologies which can provide education services but also one of teaching-learning methods which can implement self-directed learning. Thus, for evaluation of e-Learning effectiveness, both information-technology-based learning environment and learners' abilities in self-learning and computer-using should be considered simultaneously. This study suggests a research model for evaluating the effectiveness of e-Learning, which is theoretically based on information systems success model, constructivism and self-efficacy. The model is composed of three parts: effectiveness, learning environment, and learners' self-efficacy. Effectiveness is a part of dependent variables: satisfaction and academic performance. Learning environment and learners' self-efficacy can be considered as two sets of explanation variables for effectiveness. The former consists of learning management system, learning contents, and interactions that are provided by e-Learning and the latter means learners' self-regulated efficacy and computer self-efficacy. We show validity of the model empirically by surveying the college students who have experienced e-Learning. In result, most of all hypotheses suggested in this model are accepted in low significant level.