E-learning

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An online educational or e-learning[1] service is a website which teaches and helps students improve in certain subjects such as Maths, English and Science. These are normally used by schools to let students learn from home and complete online homework. Website owners who own good online educational services may charge schools to use these websites, however, many websites such as Bitesize, run by the BBC, are open to the public.[2]

Technology-based E-learning requires the use of the internet and other essential tools to generate educational materials, educate learners, and administer courses in an organization. E-learning is flexible when considering time, location, and health issues. It increases the effectiveness of knowledge and skills by enabling access to a massive amount of data, and enhances collaboration, and also strengthens learning-sustaining relationships.

When students encounter a difficult topic or section, their first instinct would be to ask help from the instructor. Because of this, communication methods are important for conducting online education. Typically, teachers would give students their e-mail address for any questions or clarifications. But with the many innovations of today’s online learning sites and web pages, there are other ways to communicate. Then some online course platforms have their own chat apps. Students and teachers can freely talk to each other in real-time for better communication.[3]

The COVID-19 has resulted in schools shutting all across the world. As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning.

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  1. "What is the Definition of E-Learning?". E-Student. 2020-12-21. Retrieved 2021-06-15.
  2. "What Is An Online Course?". Retrieved 2021-06-15.
  3. "The Changing Landscape Of Education". Monarch Institute. 2020-12-15. Retrieved 2021-10-20.