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Keywords : E-learning


Real-Time Measurement Of Psychological Impact Due To E- Learning; Among The Undergraduate Dental Students During Covid-19

H.M. Owais Nasim; Azeem Ul Yaqin Syed; Laraib Qamar; Saba Saleem; Zainab Javaid; Ayesha Khalid; Muhammad Sohail Zafar; Nausheen Aga

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7875-7884

Objectives: To assess the psychological factors in undergraduate dental students towards elearning
in clinical skills education compared to traditional teaching methods and their
relationship with performance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Methods: In this study, survey conducted among 494undergraduate dental students of all four
sessions from different dental universities within the Pakistan. Total 494 undergraduate
dental students responded to a 28-question online survey to identify e- learning is more
convenient and practical than traditional learning and to measure it 5- point Likert Scale used.
To measure level of psychological impact, Hamilton Anxiety Scale used due to e-learning
among undergraduate dental students.
Results: The majority of undergraduate dental student’s responded e-learning is not
convenient and practical than traditional learning system. The majority of undergraduate
dental students reported very severe level of psychological impact due to e-learning and closing
of institutions during COVID-19 pandemic. Results are statistically significant and analyzed
on IBM SPSS version 23. There are 82% students responded having problem with e-learning
system and among them 58 % have very severe anxiety and 24% have severe anxiety. So the
results shows increased percentage of anxiety due e-learning.

E-Learning In India Duringcovid-19: Challenges And Opportunities

Dr. Deepak Sharma; Amandeep Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6199-6206

E-learning has been adopted as a way of use of information technology in education institutions and becoming an integral part of the learning process. With e-learning, anyone can access information without being restricted to knowledge of distance, time, and space. India has a population of 34 crore studentsand with most of the institutions of higher education dependent on the conventional ‘Gurushishya Parampara’ of the physical classroom learning process. The COVID-19 pandemic has been badly disrupted the education system in India. To eradicate this serious issue of educational disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the only way to establish a consistent structure for the next course of action is to transition to e-learning, where both teachers and students need to turn to a digital platform.Whereas parents need to do so performing the position of administrator cum facilitator in such a way that minimal disturbance is caused to the education. The specific objective of this paper is to assess the role of E-Learning in India during COVID-19 and what are initiatives, challenges, and opportunities with reasonable solutions.

The Use Of Educational Technology During COVID-19 Increases The Use Of Moocs As A Training Tool In Education

Ma José Flores Tena

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 457-465

Currently universities have been transforming the teaching model, developing Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), during the period of COVID-19 free courses have been offered to expand online learning. The objective is to know whether the use of MOOC courses has increased during the pandemic period and whether it has impacted learning and online skills. The new methodologies have adapted toteaching. Online learning is helping to access educational content and offering the possibility to combine with work.
In this article, you're interested in analyzing students' reflections on online teaching versus face-to-face learning. In order to analyze student reflection, quantitative research was conducted involving 150 university students entries registered in MOOC programs; among the results it is highlighted that the use of the courses has increased during this period having a high motivation in the study. In conclusion, it is highlighted that higher education has given a response to COVID by strengthening the new skills of university teachers.

A pre-assessment of the educational programs intended to be applied by Turkish universities in light of the continuing spread of COVID-19

Ismail A. Elhaty; Tariq Elhadary

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1-20

Education is an ongoing process and an activity which we do not have the privilege of delaying or stopping. It has to go on despite any difficulty, obstacle or even crisis like COVID-19 that the whole world is experiencing at present. Hence, the study aims to evaluate the situation and assess the proposed scenarios for the next phase. Based on questionnaires targeting students and academicians at Turkish universities, and a previous study the authors published recently, the study discusses the present status, and explores the future proposed academic plans at Turkish universities. The results showed that both students (77.5%), and instructors (81.8%) fear the infection by COVID-19 which might affect their choice of the proposed educational program (72.2% and 86.6% respectively). The results also showed that students (52.4%) and instructors (62.5%) prefer to continue teaching social subjects using distance learning program while they prefer blended (36.4% and 56.3% respectively) slightly more than face to face for science subjects particularly the practical courses. The authors assume that the blended program is a way out where it offers a reasonable solution for university education especially at science departments.

Seeing Is Believing: E-Learning To Ensure Normality In Education With Reference To Covid-19 Related Lockdown In India

Ravish Verma; Dr. Manish Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2288-2295

We can see a sudden increase in technical advancement from past two decades in the area of E-learning and especially post covid-19 lockdown around the globe in majority countries. This facility has provided access to learning around the globe. It also enhances their ability to connect with the outside world and to build their skills in new streams which are yet to come in their geographical location. In the initial days everyone was searching and advising for best possible strategies for work from home but educational institutions had come up with a challenging solution if implemented well will reduce the effect of this virus-related lockdown on studies of the students. The biggest boon to educational institutions is the video conferencing tool made available by various application running around the globe like google hangouts, meet and zoom app etc also they are taking help of online courses made available free of cost to the faculty as well as students lile coursera, swayam etc. This type of platforms student is having freedom to interact one to one with his instructor resolve the queries raised by him for any feedback which he or she is willing to provide to the instructor making this e-learning through m-learning successful. The biggest advantage in this is you can access your lecture at any time when you are free e from your regular work and can make your notes at any time without any disturbance from your classmates for your colleagues. Taking these things in regard, educational institutions are investing more on e-resources and providing best state of the art facilitates to their students.

The Improvementof The Role Of Lecturer In The Learning Process Through E-Learning Models In Associate Degreeof Midwifery,Megarezky University, Makassar

Mirna .; Yusring Sanusi Baso; Sri Ramadhany; Irfan Idris; Burhanuddin Bahar; Jibril .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4917-4923

This study aimedto find out the increase of lecturers' role in the learning process through the e-learning model in Associate Degree of Midwifery at Megarezky University, Makassar by looking at lecturer evaluations before and after using the IndonesiaKuliah Online application.The research method was a quasi-experimental with time-series design by measuring before and after treatment (pre-test and post-test). Specifically, itcomparedlecturers' role in the learning process between before and after e-learning with the Indonesia Kuliah Online application. The research was conducted from November to December 2020 involving seven lecturers and each lecturer given a questionnaire containing statements about e-learning to assess the perception against the learning method.The results showed a significant effect of learning through e-learning models on the improvement role of lecturers. Itwas evidenced by the analysis results with the Paired Samples T-Test, which showed the significance value obtained of 0.000, and the value of t-count> t-table was 10.321> 2.365. This study revealed that e-learning applied by Associate Degree of Midwifery lecturers at the MegarezkyUniversity available in the https://indonesiakuliahonline.com site.There were differences in lecturer evaluations before and after using Indonesia Kuliah Online application as an alternative in the study through e-model. The use of the Indonesia Kuliah Online application could increase lecturers' role in the learning process through the e-learning model.

User Experience On Cisco Networking Academy E-Learning Platform: A Preliminary Study

Nordin SAAD; Shaliza Hayati A. WAHAB; Siti Hasnah TANALOL; Aslina BAHARUM; Noorsidi Aizuddin MAT NOOR

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 3797-3804

E-learning platform is no longer a novelty in this era of globalization. E-learning is becoming more and more popular and can improve the existing learning system. By using the E-learning platform, students will have more options to participate in the courses that are best for them because of the E-learning's ability to accommodate large scale users. Cisco Networking Academy has been implemented in UMS since 2003. However, no preliminary study was conducted to evaluate the implementation in the aspect of user experiences. Therefore, this paper explores end-user experiences in using the platform. An online survey employing 31 participants was conducted to investigate the user experience on Cisco Networking Academy E-learning platform at Faculty of Computing and Informatics for Network Engineering program, Universiti Malaysia Sabah. A modular evaluation of key Components of User Experience (meCUE) used in the structure evaluation of the questionnaires, consists of four modules; Module 1: Product Perceptions, Module 2: User Emotions, Module 3: Consequences of Use, and Module 4: Overall Evaluation. Overall, the Cisco Networking Academy E-learning platform can be well considered. The results show that most students have a positive experience towards the platform in which 58.4% gave positive response of the excellence of the platform (answered Excellent to Very Excellent). Although the findings are in the early stages, it provides a valuable overview of the e-learning platform as one of Malaysia's most common educational platforms.