Readiness for implementation of e-learning in colleges of education

Azimi, Hamid Mohammad (2013) Readiness for implementation of e-learning in colleges of education. Journal of Novel Applied Sciences, 2 (12). pp. 769-775.

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Understanding the readiness of users is paramount to the success of any e-learning programme. Implementing e-learning by educational institutions has strong benefits, one of which is that e-learning provides consistent content that assists students to overcome problems involved with instructors different teaching styles.E-readiness assessment is a useful tool for determining a country.s starting point and can be considered as an initial phase of the national strategy building for an area that needs ICT as a precondition for strategy implementation.This study is a descriptive and survey work whichexplores readiness for implementation of e-learning in colleges of education from point view of its Heads/principals. A researcher made questionnaire was developed to measure e-learning readiness.Readinesscategories included; ICT infrastructure, Human Resources, Budget and finance, Psychological and Content with reference to the different types of colleges of education.Before conducting main study, it was done validity and reliability of the tool. Data were gatheredfrom a sample of 35 receivers and 31Heads of colleges of Education affiliated by University of Mysore. After analysisof data it was found that there is no significant difference among Colleges with respect to their types(Govt. Private-aided and Private-unaided) in readiness of e-learning.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: E-Learning and E-Readiness and Assessment and Colleges of Education
Subjects: A Arts and Humanities > Education
Divisions: Department of > Education
Depositing User: Arshiya Kousar Library Assistant
Date Deposited: 21 Dec 2019 09:43
Last Modified: 21 Dec 2019 09:43

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