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Audit Analysis of Students? Skills and Attitudes towards E-Learning at the Cagayan State University - Carig Campus: Basis for Innovating Teaching and Learning
Edison D. Bravo
Abstract: This study examines the attitudes and skills of students towards e-learning which shall be the basis for innovating teaching and learning. Using the survey method, a total of 40 students responded to the survey instrument which was the questionnaire. Results of the study showed that students? attitudes towards e-learning are positive with a weighted mean of 4.10 which means that they can actually adapt to a learning environment where lessons and topics are delivered online and where they can acquire skills and knowledge online. Likewise, they have excellent technology skills which are very important in e-learning. Therefore, with the infiltration of technology in the educational sector, there is no doubt that e-learning can be implemented at the Cagayan State University, thus, making the tools and technologies more relevant and appropriate for a student-centered learning approach. Based on the findings of the study, it is therefore recommended that the institution shall innovate tools, models and strategies for a student-centered learning through the use of e-learning solutions since it can help both the teachers and the students in their quest for quality education. In addition, students? skills and attitudes towards e-learning are factors that can pave the way in the development and implementation of e-learning.
Keywords: E-learning, audit analysis, technology-based learning, innovation, 21st century education
Country: Philippines, Subject Area: Education
Pages: 225 - 228
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019
How to Cite this Article?
Edison D. Bravo, "Audit Analysis of Students? Skills and Attitudes towards E-Learning at the Cagayan State University - Carig Campus: Basis for Innovating Teaching and Learning", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i5/show_abstract.php?id=ART20197535, Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019, 225 - 228
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