E-Learning, The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Its Adoption In Higher Education

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In this day and age, the use of information technology is becoming increasingly common to people and at the same time, the educational level of the people also is becoming higher as the world is becoming increasingly civilized. The younger generation has more opportunities for further studying in the tertiary institutions. However, the ways of learning in tertiary education are different from both primary and secondary education because the students have to learn the knowledge autonomously without the urge of lecturer. E-learning is one of the common ways for tertiary students in gaining knowledges in this era of globalisation and modernisation as we can surf the internet easily. Hence the efficiency of e-learning in tertiary education is worth to be discussed. To study the effectiveness of e-learning in higher education, Valentina Arkorful and Nelly Abaidoo from College of Distance Education had written a journal article named The Role of E-learning, the Advantages and Disadvantages of Its Adoption in Higher Education. This article provided a scholarly background after reviewing the literatures about e-learning. There are three points to be reviewed, which is the consistency of argument, the structure of argument, and the clarity of the argument. First and foremost, the article is lack of consistency. The article does not achieve the purpose of study and lead to a clear conclusion of the research. It is more likely to gather the information from different resources only.

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