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E-Learning in Humanities

Rafraf Shakil, Kumar Gautam Anand.

Abstract
There are several questions about the steady evolution of e-learning courses in the natural
sciences. The amount of e-learning courses remains low compared to the accumulation; the students who attend
demonstrate often an incomprehension of the teaching techniques connected with this method; educators and
students are restrictive in their standard occurrence in the case of certain e-learning apparatuses. It is essential to
note important issues associated with communication and the use of education in civilizations through e-learning
courses. In order to establish plans, the attention of the main point is crucial. The thematic surveys have been
applied to e-learning mentors and educators in various Indian classrooms. The experiences of delivering elearning
course over the past 2 years have given rise to concerns. MCQ queries aim to collect concrete
knowledge on issues and common problems. The findings of the sample of responses made it possible for the
developers to identify some common questions. In contrast with the previous year, the solutions introduced in a
given year is insufficient. It is prudent to think of ideas for potential e-learning lessons on the basis of the known
problems and communication procedures. Ideally, the testing results will provide the framework for preparing
other specific rules that provide a structured educational and content criterion which will lead to reinforcing the
provision of courses in e-learning.

Key words: Blended learning, Classics, Digital Civilizations, and Moodle


 
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Rafraf Shakil, Kumar Gautam Anand (2020) E-Learning in Humanities. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (9), 1325-1328. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.09.243