The Innovation Imperative in Education; challenges of e-learning technology
Author(s):
Dr. Mahima Tripathi, Dr. Sangeeta Sarkhel, Dr. Ayesha Siddiqua, Dr. Manjusha Pouranik, Dr. Rajni Gupta
Keywords:
e- Learning, Higher Education, Online Learning, Virtual classes.
Abstract
In this unprecedented period of time e-learning has become a significant tool in addition to traditional learning methods. This study emphasizes on how teaching, learning and assessment methods employed can influence the effectiveness of online  programs, as well as the benefits and constraints experienced by students in e-learning. The research work was conducted at Higher Education Institutions in this changing period of virtual education time. A survey methodology was employed to investigate the opinions and experiences of students promoted in higher education  online degree courses. Various factors that affect the effectiveness of online programs were studied in order to provide insights on the major challenges, benefits and limitations faced. Among the findings, major problem areas were identified and suggestions were proposed on how identified problems can be minimized. The study also raised future directions for e-learning.
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Unique Paper ID: 156325

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 336 - 340
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