Tag Archive | "E-learning"

Utilizing the Quantile Regression to Explore the Determinants on the Application of E-Learning

In this research, the quantile regression is applied to investigate the affecting factors associated with the application of e-learning. The findings provide a comprehensive picture about the relationships between the application of e-learning and its determinants. It sheds light on these complicated relationships that, at the different quantiles of the conditional distribution of e-learning adopting levels, the influence of the determinants on the application of e-learning is different. Moreover, this research also offers statistical evidence on the moderating role of students’ gender on the relationships between the application of e-learning and its determinants. The findings are useful to educational managers by offering them with a better understanding of the complex links associated with the application of e-learning. As a result, they can deliver better decisions on the choice and adoption of e-learning in their institutions.

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Posted in Information Technology, Knowledge Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 2

What Is Good e-Learning?

To introduce e-learning are used informatic systems, the communication and media networks.
Transfer of skills and knowledge specific e-learning is possible, mainly using computer and networks. E-learning using electronic applications and processing in order to learn. Learning and e-learning applications are based on Web technology, which is computer based, virtual classroom and digital collaboration. Content is delivered via the Internet site, audio tape or video, satellite TV and CD-ROM. E-learning applications are led by an instructor and typically include text, images, animation, video and audio.

  What Is Good e-Learning? (173.1 KiB, 2,984 hits)

Posted in Knowledge Management, Volume II, Issue no. 4

Development of Distance and E-Learning Based Higher Education in Uzbekistan in Framework of International Collaboration

Today international collaboration and cooperation are being considered as one of the main trends of higher education development all over the world. Knowledge has become increasingly international. For example, the total number of foreign students worldwide was approximately 200,000 in the 1950- 1960 years. This figure changed in 1987 up to 1.2 million partially thanks to establishing international mobility programs such as European Comission funded ERASMUS MUNDUS. In 2004 this number reached 2.5 million (UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 2006).

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Posted in Information Technology, Issue no. 7