Success Ratio of E-Learning
Success ratio of e-learning education in middle east region; especially in KSA
Background: E-learning is the new trend of web-based education for individuals with online facilities. The development and upcoming implication of E-learning are concerned with the infrastructures and motivational factors of the users. The E-learning system concerning its innovations in the region of the middle east can be evaluated through several success factors. There is a common misconception about technological advancement in the Middle East, especially in KSA.
Research Objective: The study aims to explore the success ratio of E-learning in the middle east; especially in KSA. The important factors governing the success ratio of E-learning such a perceived ease of use is evaluated with the help of important theoretical frameworks.
Methodology: The approach of the study is to evaluate the qualitative information present on the subject of discussion. The literature for the research is reviewed in terms of relevance and contribution in the field of E-learning and web-based education.
Results: The results articulate findings in terms of the factors and elements that determine the progressive growth and also the hindrances in the path of E-learning for countries in the middle east. Theoretical models such as the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) utilized by authors to evaluate the critical success factors have also been evaluated in the research. Moreover, human factors such as intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are also reviewed in the light of theories and theoretical frameworks.
Conclusion: In conclusion, the success ratio of E-learning is discussed and explored in terms of the critical success factors, theoretical evidence, and human factors. The study encompasses the position of web-based education in middle eastern countries with a special focus on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Sarah James Williams et al. | Nov 14,2021
Drawbacks of E-learning
Drawbacks of e-learning for the toddlers and their possible solutions; a detailed study
E-learning in the twenty-first century has transformed the way education for toddlers is perceived. The use of electronic gadgets, including mobiles, tablets and computers, is fast changing the landscape of education and learning. Parents, teachers and caregivers are endowed with the responsibility of inclusion of e-learning in their teaching practices. The drawbacks of certain e-learning practices such as harms of mobile devices, reduce the use of computers, electronic access with internet facility in the case of e-books use, the teachers' attitude, access and understanding towards e-learning and the feelings of being disconnected and isolated during online teaching and learning are discussed. The solutions to the problems form part of the discussion also.
The drawbacks converge at a point where there are no possible alternatives to e-learning except traditional mode of teaching and learning. The electronic knowledge for the age group of toddlers (1-3 years) is mediated with the responses of the parents, teachers and caregivers. Therefore, many factors both internal and external (associated with the use of electronic gadgets, teachers' perception and experience of e-learning, and electronic access and screen time in the case of e-books use) are discussed. The literature review technique with the subsequent sections to discuss the research results and findings aided with discussion is the selected procedure. There are certain drawbacks for the use of e-learning for toddlers, and the possible solutions to the problems indicate that toddlers' education via e-learning is mediated through the interaction of multiple factors.