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Title: Adult education students perceptions of e-learning: a case study of Midlands State University.
Authors: Chitanana, Lockias
Museva, Loveness
Keywords: Adult education , students, Midlands State University
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Midlands State University
Series/Report no.: The Dyke;Vol.6, No. 2;p. 34-51
Abstract: This paper examines Adult Education Students perceptions of e-learning at Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. Considering students perceptions toward e-learning is important in successful development of e-learning in higher education since perception of users towards application of information technology is one of the most effective factors of technology integration. A descriptive survey approach was used in this study. Adult Education students (n = 24) participated in the study. Reliability and validity of instruments were determined in consultation with e-learning specialists at Midlands State University and application of Cronbach s Alpha (á=0.88.) Descriptive statistics were used to analyze the data using SPSS version 13. Results indicate that students have a positive perception of E-Learning as it enhances their learning and facilitates communication and interaction between fellow students and between lecturers and students, a means to access additional information to supplement the course content.
ISSN: 1815-9036
Appears in Collections:Research Papers

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