e-learning


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e-learn·ing

(lĕrn'ing)
Electronic learning; using computer technology for health care education.

e-learning

Facilitates and enhances learning through both computer and communications technology. It can include only the text portion of a computer or it can include Internet-based distance learning using a multimedia-capable computer.
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Good e-learning programs deliver learning in a way that can be accessed by large audiences, across multiple locations, at the lowest cost per student.
The global e-learning market is expected to reach $238 billion by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 8.5% during the forecast period.
Commenting on the launch of X-Academy e-learning, Ms Pai Gamde, Chief Human Resource Officer, NSE, expressed satisfaction at the continued success of X-Academy in providing financial education in Nigeria.
With partnership schools as an e-Learning stakeholder, teachers can benefit in various ways such as enhancing quality of lesson preparation and delivery, supporting fellows in resources sharing and management as well as reaching a larger pool of students (Wagner, Hassanein, & Head, 2008).
E-learning materials that are editable (by you and/ or the supplier)
Despite e-learning's successful implementation, a considerable number of e-learning projects fail to achieve their goals, and face slow progress and increasing dropout rate (Frimpon, 2012; Liaw, 2008).
Keywords: e-learning, behavioral intention, technology enhanced learning, student participation
According to the head of University E-Learning department Dr.
While presiding over a briefing session on E-learning education, Dr Shahid Siddiqui said that the University was trying to provide most comfortable mode of education to its students.
Initially, e-learning platform has been established to extend online services for more than 30 MPhil and PhD-level programmes.
Keywords: E-Learning, students' perspective, asynchronous activities, synchronous activities
However, despite the prevalence of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) use globally, the use of e-learning technologies in the nuclear field is sometimes limited due to the shortage of experts and knowledge.