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  1. Introduction
  2. E-Learning
  3. Education role
  4. Applicability and advantages
  5. Conclusion

Despite limitless opportunities, the field of education has remained painfully stagnated in usage of technology. The stagnation is so sticking that there are few differences between the classrooms and approaches today and 20 years ago. However, the area has started to advance, and e-learning has emerged as a leading instructional method in contemporary times. However, there are still limitations and reservations regarding the use of e-learning as a substitution of classrooms learning. Stakeholders query the importance of e-learning to increasing the worth of education, as well as the relationship between student motivation and e-learning. There are also questions of the applicability of the models as well as the feasibility of these applications. This paper will examine literature in the field of e-learning and make deductions regarding its use in the field of education.

The first major question raised questions the applicability of e-learning in the field of education. It was proposed that posting learning materials on an online platform was the equivalent of giving handouts and letting students do their own research. Gaskell conquers with this view. According to his article, the best use of e-learning is to facilitate open and distance-learning (Gaskell, 2009). Therefore, e-learning is merely a tool for submitting assignments according

[...] After the realization of the role of e-learning, the logical step is to evaluate the application process. Anderson proposes that the best model of use is to recognize the areas that require enhancement. For example, he proposes that an area in need of reinforcement is the best place to start the application process (Anderson, 2008). Anderson also shows that the learning models are applicable in all sorts of organizations, as opposed to being the exclusive domain of the educations institutions (Anderson, 2008). [...]


[...] The article ?adopting an e-learning strategy: The practical considerations of delivering a successful e-learning program' proposes this is owed to the elevated expenditure of use. In higher institutions, students and sponsors support research and advancement. The result is that the source of capital for investment in technology is reliable due to minimal political interferences. In addition, the competition for the provision of quality services, as an allure to prospective students, leads to advancements in higher institutions of learning (Al-Omari & Salameh, 2012). Aixia also suggests the level of satisfaction students derive from learning is affected by the quality of the service provided (Aixia, 2011). [...]


[...] E-Learning Despite limitless opportunities, the field of education has remained painfully stagnated in usage of technology. The stagnation is so sticking that there are few differences between the classrooms and approaches today and 20 years ago. However, the area has started to advance, and e-learning has emerged as a leading instructional method in contemporary times. However, there are still limitations and reservations regarding the use of e-learning as a substitution of classrooms learning. Stakeholders query the importance of e-learning to increasing the worth of education, as well as the relationship between student motivation and e-learning. [...]


[...] The class of one: how online education is altering our schools and Colleges system. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Lifelong learning in a networked environment?. Moyo, T. C. (2006, January 1). Evaluating eLearning: A Front-End, Process and Post Hoc Approach. International Journal of Instructional Media (2009). When e-learning is not sufficient: The significance of design and content in lifetime learning. Development and Learning in Organizations, 25-27. [...]

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