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E-Learning Systems: A Review of Management

Madhu Shrava, Anshuman Chandra

Abstract


The complex development of online instructive frameworks exists in three foremost exercises: Design, Implementation and appropriate Post-usage Assessment. There is definitely not enough information or involvement in those perspectives. Productive execution of these three noteworthy exercises requires the utilization of configuration and instructive models to accomplish the expense and time productivity, and in addition high scholarly quality. Use of online instructive frameworks would advantage from an organized way to deal with configuration, usage, and understudy's appraisal. We propose a general plan of model and additionally a structure for finding such examples, so that it can enhance the online instructive frameworks for both educators and understudies – permitting for more exact appraisal and more viable assessment of the learning procedure.

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Shrava Madhu, Chandra Anshuman. E-Learning Systems: A Review of Management. E-Commerce for Future & Trends. 2016; 3(2): 21–25p.


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E-learning, information and communication technology

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