E-Learning in High Learning Institution: A Utility by Lecturers to Course Design and Delivery of Methodology


Authors : Dr. UMUTESI Liliane; Dr. Sanja Michael Mutong'wa; KATENDE Nichola

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 12 - December

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Electronic-learning is meant to be the main product of integrating and using recent and more innovative ways of information technology in the field of the education world. concerningthis rapid increase in the e-learning field, there still found a range of problems facing the users of e-learning systems.One of the key issues is quantifying e-learning readiness. E-learning readiness is vital for the success of distance education curricula that integrates the use of ICT resources for academic and administrative functions.Objectives are Hinged onto to Access to ICT Equipment,ability to integrate e-learning technology,ICT-Literacy and Internet Mastery by Lecturers and Internet Mastery by Lecturers on course design and delivery of methodology.The underpinnedTam Theory, whose research approach isbased on bothquantitative and qualitative.The findings reveal that there was a better preparedness of technological readiness in comparison to social-cultural factors and attitudes towards e-learning, and Lecturers were more positive about their level of readiness

Keywords : E-Learning, Readiness, HLI, Lecturers, ICT

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