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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 3782-3800

Exploring Crucial Challenges, Instructors’ And Students’ Perception Of E-Learning: A Scrutiny Of Learning Environmental Changes

Girish Sharma.


The investigation aims to comprehend how institutions were able to disseminate information mostly during corona viral breakout, when they were forced to modify existing academic practises to rely only on online learning and teaching. Under this aspect, using 2 questionnaires to examine the efficacy, challenges, and benefits of online curriculum, we assessed how instructors and students perceived E-learning (EL). One survey was given to 50 faculty staff, while other was given to 280 students who have been chosen at random. The survey revealed that prominent EL platforms included WhatsApp for communicating with students beyond the classroom, Microsoft Teams (MT), and Zoom (Z) for interacting web classrooms. The outcome of study inferred that both academics staff and students felt that EL is beneficial during a pandemic catastrophe. Nevertheless, it is not more efficient than learning and instructing in reality. EL issues, according to instructors and students include adjusting to digital curriculum, particularly for disabled students, an absence of inspiration and connection, technological and web problems, information confidentiality concerns, and safety. Respondents also concurred on the benefits of EL. Self-learning, cheap expense, comfort, and adaptability were the key advantages. Pursuant to corona-pandemic, EL can serve as a partial fix, but it cannot take the place of in-person instruction. Study suggests that using multicultural education can create a demanding learning atmosphere.

Key words: E-learning platforms, online learning, students’ perception, instructors’ perception

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