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Perceptions of Senior High School Students towards E-Learning Platform in Some Selected Senior High Schools in Cape Coast Metropolis

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- Challenges
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Edumadze John K, Barfi Kwaku Anhwere

With the emergence of the internet, e-learning have enhanced and improve the quality of education delivery on equitable basis in second cycle institutions. This change in the learning experience could not have come at a better time. This has made it imperative that students not only need to use e-learning platform, but they need to become comfortable and competent in it use.This paper examines the perception of Senior High Schools students towards the use of e-learning platform in Cape Coast Metropolis. The study revealed that majority of the students has heard of e-learning platform. Challenges in the use of e-learning platform include irregular internet access, technical know-how and lack of feedback from peers and teachers. However, there were significant relationship between students’ perceived ease of use and perception towards e-learning platform and a significant relationship between technology accessibility and computer ownership.


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West Africa,

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