Administrative control and reporting with e learning

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Administrative Control and Reporting With e-learning, it is easier for the facilitator to engage every learner through verifying their progress at different stages. The e-learning management apps and software’s makes it even easier for the trainer to have a one on one interaction with every student through sending emails and assessing their work progress. It enables the tutor to plan for the learners properly (Bhandari, 2013). Just-in-Time Training Unlike the traditional ways of learning where the teacher had to appear in a class physically for lessons, e-learning enables the students to take an online or web-based course at
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E-LEARNING 5 any time and in any place provided they have network devices. It, therefore, makes the whole process convenient for both the learner and the facilitator (Bhandari, 2013). Barriers to Implementing E-learning Technological Aspect Many businesses and institutions of higher learning are hesitant to offer full-time e- learning since it requires adequate technological infrastructure to implement. The capital needed in setting up the initial foundation is high, and it will also require that every student or employee have fast access to the internet. The PC and servers can breakdown any time making it impossible for the learning process to be smooth (Al-Asmari & Khan, 2014). Social Aspect Since the learners take the online lessons in isolation as opposed to a class situation with other learners present, it can easily discourage and kill their morale. The trainers, on the other hand, feel they can lose their job, and this can impact negatively on service delivery (Bhandari, 2013). Mindset Aspects For e-learning to work out, it requires that both the learner and the trainer be disciplined and carry out their respective roles in due time (Bhandari, 2013). If one party is not ready, then the learning process will stop. Future of e-learning
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E-LEARNING 6 It is approximated that about 2.3 billion of the world population is currently connected to the internet at a reasonably fast speed. It, therefore, means that the ownership of computers and other devices such as the smartphones and the tablets have significantly increased over time.
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