Electronic learning methods compared to face to face learning.
Electronic learning or e-leaning is becoming increasingly popular. With the increasing emphasize on the benefits of E-leaning. Does this mean that e-leaning is a system lacking in any limitations? This paper sets out in discussing some of the limitations of e-leaning, in particular related with technologies, personal issues, comparison with traditional “ face to face” learning, design issues, and other issues. A cross-reference is done with referring to some existing research works about the limitations of e-leaning. In regard to existing research works, it would seem that e-leaning is not suitable for individuals without the self-discipline required to complete all tasks independently. In addition, it would seem that e-leaners should receive some type of e-leaning training prior to enrolment to avoid any difficulties, especially for individuals without much ICT background.
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