Effectiveness of Online Learning Program: A Case Study of A Higher Education Institution

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Summary of Literature Review. Table 1. The review of the existing literature on online learning. ARTICLE ID TOPIC AREA RESEARCH APPROACH DATA ANALYSIS MAJOR FINDINGS (Neumann 1998) Distance Learning Qualitative Develop pro and cons of e-learning Highlights the various benefits of e-learning (Mehlenbacher B et al 2000) Distance Learning Quantitative Mean, standard deviation, correlation. The study highlights the complexity of effective teaching. (Honey P 2001). E-learning Qualitative Develop pro… 

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