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Electronic Teaching and Learning by Distance Education Students and Lecturers: A Case Study of Valley View University (VVU)

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- Enablers
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Ameyaw Samuel

The main objectives were to find out students and lecturers perceptions, attitude, perceived ease of use of e-learning and teaching, internal and external factors affecting e-learning at the VVU. The results of the study established that the majority of the students and lecturers preferred face-to-face learning to the online learning and teaching mode because they found it difficult to access information from the Online Learning Forum Platform (OLFP). The study also found out that distance students and lecturers found it difficult to upload and download information from the Online Learning Forum Platform (OLFP) due to poor internet services.


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West Africa,

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