OPTIMIZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING STRATEGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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OPTIMIZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING STRATEGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

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Title: OPTIMIZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING STRATEGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Author: Istambul, Muhammad Rozahi
Abstract: As part of quality assurance, a tertiary education institution has the obligation to plan and design the best methods for students to follow and understand what is taught. Sometimes, a skilled professor may be able to convey materials which are quickly comprehended by the students. However, it is not infrequent that many lecturers experience difficulties in delivering easily understood by students due to various conditions, such as limited time, the class atmosphere, and various conveniences which often rise in a classroom. A feasible solution to the problems is implementing e-learning in supporting the learning process. In concept, e-learning will help transfering knowledge from teacher to student. Yet, many schools engaged in establishing an e-learning system do not see a significant improvement in knowledge transfer, as explained in various existing e-learning concepts. Such implementation is of little use because what is invested is not in line with expectations. Optimization in this case is crucial where a university puts efforts in reviewing the extent to which the role of e-learning can be achieved. Certainly, the role of a system in developing e-learning needs required focused attention because it will affect the culture of all parties involved. Index Terms- learning strategies, transfer knowledge, strategy domain, optimization
URI: http://repository.widyatama.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/2421
Date: 2012-04


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