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Considering the population of learners both in the k-12 and higher learning institutions is growing steadily with time, then the educational institutions and going to be forced to embrace e- learning entirely to serve the vast market adequately (Docebo, 2014). The emergence of social media and other telecommunicating devices also play a significant role in transforming education as a majority of people now prefer accessing content online on their portable devices. Learners are looking for convenience, effectiveness, and efficiency of the learning process and this is what e-learning offers unlike the traditional face to face lessons (University of San Francisco, 2014). Recommendations 1. I would recommend that learning institution build a robust communication information technology infrastructure and networks that can adequately serve all the e-leaners without delays and errors as a result of disabled connection. 2. I would recommend that the institutions should create firewalls and install anti-viruses to protect data integrity and storage. This will ensure safety when sharing files. 3. I would also suggest that the educational institutions employ computer technicians and experts who can offer training services on basics such as audio and video file management, digital publishing and graphic design among others.
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E-LEARNING 7 References Al-Asmari, A. M., & Khan, M. S. (2014). Near and Middle Eastern journal of research in education. E-learning in Saudi Arabia: Past, present and future , 11. Retrieved from http://www.qscience.com/doi/pdf/10.5339/nmejre.2014.2 Bhandari, R. (2013). Making Distance Learning Effective: A New Approach in Maritime Education & Training. Retrieved from http://www.sp.edu.sg/wps/wcm/connect/e49482804f5b9c3caf97af67a2a3b15c/distlea rn.pdf?MOD=AJPERES Docebo. (2014). E-Learning Market Trends & Forecast 2014 - 2016 Report . Docebo S.P.A. University of Oxford strategy office. (2015). International Trends in Higher Education 2015 . New York: Oxford University. University of San Francisco. (2014). E-learning concepts, trends, application SA . San Francisco.
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