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Administration’S Perception About The Feasibility Of Elearning Practices At The University Of Guyana, Kerwin A. Livingstone Aug 2015

Administration’S Perception About The Feasibility Of Elearning Practices At The University Of Guyana, Kerwin A. Livingstone

Kerwin A. Livingstone

Since the genesis of technology, some decades ago, the use of information and communication technologies in educational practices has been steadily increasing. In educational institutions, some form of elearning has been adopted. All over the world, in both developed and developing countries, many universities have embraced this alternative and exciting form of education delivery to enhance the pedagogical practices of their institutions, in order to cater for student learning diversity, and to bridge the geographical gap, making education accessible to all. Since elearning seems to be the catalyst to promote revolutionary instructional practices, the University of Guyana, still largely adopting ...


Teaching Faculty's Perception About Implementing Elearning Practices At The University Of Guyana, Kerwin A. Livingstone Aug 2015

Teaching Faculty's Perception About Implementing Elearning Practices At The University Of Guyana, Kerwin A. Livingstone

Kerwin A. Livingstone

In this modern era, the traditional approach to learning and teaching, which may engage students, does not lend itself to diversity. Since this approach is viewed as a barrier to significant learning experiences, teachers, educators, and other stakeholders have been calling for improved pedagogical practices in educational institutions. Since the dawn of technology, the continued use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has created the path for elearning. Elearning facilitates the learning-teaching process with an array of channels and technologies, and has the potential to revolutionise instructional practices in educational institutions in both developed and developing countries, including the University ...


The Impact Of Web 2.0 In Education And Its Potential For Language Learning And Teaching (Republication), Kerwin A. Livingstone Mar 2015

The Impact Of Web 2.0 In Education And Its Potential For Language Learning And Teaching (Republication), Kerwin A. Livingstone

Kerwin A. Livingstone

This article, first published in LENGCOM 6 (2015), has been republished in ITDL 12(4) 2015.