Advantages and disadvantages of e-learning, Basic Computer Science

Advantages and Disadvantages of E-Learning:

Before we discuss about advantages and disadvantages of e-learning, you should know that e-learning is just another model for learning. It is not that it can replace all other forms of learning models. However, it provides several opportunities that may be of benefit for creating certain learning instances. Some of these opportunities are: 

  • It allows possibilities of course material but that require constant support of a course team. 
  • The level of participation of student in learning may improve as it provides anytime, anywhere learning, but in any case the student has to be motivated by the course team from time to time. 
  • E-learning does improve the IT skills of individuals and may improve their time management skills. 
  • The content like recorded lectures may be viewed by a student at any time, however, the interactive support that requires teacher at the other end may still be available in slotted time only.  

 

Posted Date: 10/23/2012 6:04:34 AM | Location : United States







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