NAHEEM MAHTAB - Online Teaching Experience.pdf - Online Teaching Experience Naheem Mahtab CPA Senior Lecturer Coordinator Department of Accounting

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Naheem Mahtab CPA Senior Lecturer & Coordinator 1 Online Teaching Experience Naheem Mahtab CPA Senior Lecturer & Coordinator Department of Accounting School of Business and Entrepreneurship (SBE) Independent University, Bangladesh, (IUB) Introduction In the last 20 years, the Internet has grown from being nearly non-existent into the largest, most accessible database of information ever created. It has changed the way people communicate, shop, socialise, do business and think about knowledge and learning. Much more than just a new twist on distance learning, online schooling is changing the face of traditional classrooms and making education more accessible than ever before. Online education is a form of education where students use their home computers through the internet. For many non- traditional students, among them all those who want to continue working full time or raising families, online graduations and courses have become popular in the past decade. Often online graduation and course programmes, some of which are conducted using digital technologies, are provided via the online learning portal of the host university. Computer-based training, Web-based training, Internet based training, online training, e-learning (electronic learning), m-learning (mobile learning), computer-aided distance education - online education goes by many names and comes in a variety of styles, but at its core: “Online education is electronically supported learning that relies on the Internet for teacher/student interaction and the distribution of class materials.” From this simple definition comes an almost infinite number of ways to teach and learn outside of traditional classrooms and away from college campuses. With online education, students can turn anywhere with Internet access and electricity into a classroom. It

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