Sriwijaya University aims to utilize e-learning within lecture activities. However, there is grave lack of interest amongst lecturers in using e-learning. To achieve higher e-learning usage, it is imperative to understand the factors that inhibit interest among university lecturers in using e-learning. Such factors were analyzed using the SQB theory and the UTAUT models. The data were gathered using questionnaires and were analyzed statistically using PLS-SEM. The results showed that the lack of computer self-efficacy and lack of organizational support encourage inertia, while lack of individuals' experience with computers and lack of resources were not significantly towards inertia. Inertia was shown to negatively affect behavioral beliefs, thus indirectly reducing the intention to adopt e-learning. Performance expectancy and effort expectancy proved to have a positive effect on user intentions to use e-learning.