The Electronic Journal of e-Learning provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of e-Learning initiatives
For general enquiries email administrator@ejel.org
Click here to see other Scholarly Electronic Journals published by API
For a range of research text books on this and complimentary topics visit the Academic Bookshop

Information about the current European Conference on e-Learning is available here

For infomation on the International Conference on eLearning, click here

For infomation on the European Conference on Games Based Learning clickhere

 
Journal Issue
Volume 6 Issue 1 / Mar 2008  pp1‑75

Editor: Shirley Williams

Download PDF (free)

Evaluating Online Dialogue on "Security" Using a Novel Instructional Design  pp1‑10

Payal Arora

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Managing e‑Learning: What are the Real Implications for Schools?  pp11‑18

Helen Boulton

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Online Students: Relationships between Participation, Demographics and Academic Performance  pp19‑28

J. Coldwell, A. Craig, T. Paterson, J. Mustard

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Quality of e‑Learning: An Analysis Based on e‑Learners' Perception of e‑Learning  pp29‑41

Rengasamy Elango, Vijaya Kumar Gudep, M. Selvam

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Abstract

e‑Learning, of late, has been witnessing an unprecedented expansion as an opportunity for higher education. This expanding alternative mode calls for ensuring and imparting a sound and qualitative education. The present study made an attempt to investigate the issues related to the quality dimensions of e‑learning. Our results revealed the presence of both strengths and weaknesses in the e‑learning system. It is interesting to note, that the e‑learners have expressed diverse opinions with regard to administrative issues, instruction materials, instructors' support, viper sessions (VIPER, Voice Internet Protocol Extended Reach is a software which helps interactive learning through the Internet) , grading and assessment. The findings of the study further demonstrate that if the concept of e‑learning is imparted with a better approach and perspective, the reach will be phenomenal. This study reiterates the relevance of imparting qualitative education through e‑learning. 

 

Keywords: Online courses, e-learning, quality assessment

 

Share |
Bridging the Gap — Taking the Distance out of e‑Learning  pp42‑51

Peter Karlsudd, Yael TÃ¥gerud

Look inside Download PDF (free)

Pedagogical Approaches and Technical Subject Teaching through Internet Media  pp52‑65

Olubodun Olufemi

Look inside Download PDF (free)

A Sociological Inquiry into Time Management in Postgraduate Studies by e‑Learning in Greece  pp66‑75

Marios Vryonides

Look inside Download PDF (free)