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Research Paper | Education Management | India | Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020
The E-Learning - Is it an Effective Tool in Sharing Knowledge in Higher Education? - A Review
K. Sandhya, G. Benarjee
Abstract: In the recent past the technological advancement has resulted the change of user behavior and usage patterns in different areas of learning pattern and consequently it has resulted a break-through in Pedagogy. However in the recent years, researchers have been showing tremendous interest in learner styles, which is a key factor that influencing the learning process in general. During the last few decades rapid advances in technology have enhanced the learning behavior and this new trend has changed the mindset of both the teacher and taught to its application in formal education and the learning process too. The induction of different forms of E-Learning viz. Computer Aided Learning, Blended Learning, Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) etc. have become a reality in most the Universities in India and Abroad. In this backdrop a study has been done to scrutinize the effectiveness of E-Learning in the learning process to promote the knowledge. This study investigates that effectiveness of using E-Learning in teaching in territo-rial Educational Institutions. In the Institutions of Higher Education, the issue of sharing latest information and adoption of modern communication skills for teaching and learning has attained greater importance. This study views a scholarly background of E-Learning and also reviewed some contributions made by various researchers on the concept of E-Learning, particularly its usage in teaching and learning processes in higher Education. It unveils some views that people and institutions have shared globally on the adoption and integration of E-Learning technologies in education through surveys and other observations. This study mainly trusts on the meaning and definitions of E-Learning as given by various researchers and the role that E-Learning plays in higher educational institutions in relation to teaching and learning processes.
Keywords: E-Learning, Effectiveness, Higher Education
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020,
Pages: 1562 - 1564
How to Cite this Article?
K. Sandhya, G. Benarjee, "The E-Learning - Is it an Effective Tool in Sharing Knowledge in Higher Education? - A Review", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR201218205955, Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020, 1562 - 1564
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