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|Title:||Institute and learner readiness for e-learning in the Maldives|
|Keywords:||IT readiness;Higher Education;Maldives|
|Citation:||INTED2015 Proceedings, 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 4807-4816, Madrid, Spain, (2- 4 March 2015)|
|Abstract:||One of the most pervasive ways of expanding higher education to masses is through e-learning. Maldives being an island nation scattered with over 1190 islands, e-learning would be an ideal form of delivery for students on remote islands. The purpose of this study is to explore Maldivian institutes and college students’ e-learning readiness. The research is a mixed-method research conducted employing questionnaires (quantitative) and semi-structured interviews (qualitative). About 120 students from two private higher education institutes filled questionnaires and 10 students selected for interviews. Similarly, about 50 lecturers/facilitators filled a separate questionnaire to obtain teacher/institute readiness for on-line learning/teaching.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Education Research Papers|
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