E-learning challenges faced by academics in higher education
Islam, Nurul; Beer, Martin; Slack, Frances;
E-learning has become a necessity in higher education institutions and is being deployed in educational establishments throughout the world. Researchers have made much emphasis on its benefits but not much is discussed on the disadvantages of e-learning technology. This... View more
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