Understanding the Concept of E-learning: A Case study of the Kenya Methodist University University (KeMU) Mombasa Campus, Kenya

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Understanding the Concept of E-learning: A Case study of the Kenya Methodist University University (KeMU) Mombasa Campus, Kenya

The study interrogates types of e-learning modes, impact, successes and challenges of E- Learning at the Kenya Methodist University (KeMU), Mombasa Campus. Elearning involves programs that use the internet to allow sharing of instructional material beyond classroom walls, between educators and the learners. The study adopted a desk review approach that focuses on document analysis to get educators and learners’ experiences on e-learning. The documents analyzed were journals, KeMU Internet Communication and Technology (ICT) website and students’ registration records. The study aimed at improving knowledge on e-learning to universities, middle level colleges and Secondary schools. It also aimed at determining the place of e-learning in modern education and how best it can be improved. The study findings show that wider awareness creation was essential to educators, students and the general public on the need for e-learning.

Key words: Technology, Communication, E-learning, Learners, educators

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