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A CASE STUDY TO UNDERSTAND THE BEHAVIORAL ISSUES AFFECTING E-LEARNING WITH REFERENCE TO IHL, SULTANATE OF OMAN.
- Source:Journal on School Educational Technology. Dec2012-Feb2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p39-45. 7p.
- Author(s):CHAKRABORTY, MANISHANKAR; AL RASHDI, SALIM; HASHIM, VAZEEM
- Abstract:IHL, a leading institute offering higher education in the Sultanate of Oman is on the cusp of translating from an organization with conventional modes of teaching-learning to those of the modern day practices notably electronic learning. The challenges posed in the implementation of an environment conducive to electronic learning and its different forms and manifestations would only be inculcated if the real opportunities are understood by all the major stakeholders. The paper highlights the major findings gathered through primary and secondary data, which in turn would provide an opportunity to debate on the pros and cons of electronic learning from that of IHL’s perspective. The findings revealed that the learners are already familiar with internet as an effective tool for learning, it’s only that the direction is to be channeled commensurate with the requirements so as to create an environment where e-learning is acknowledged, implemented and monitored by one and all.
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