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Is E-Learning the Solution and Substitute for Conventional Learning?

  title={Is E-Learning the Solution and Substitute for Conventional Learning?},
  author={Amirrudin Kamsin},
  • A. Kamsin
  • Published 1 July 2005
  • Education, Computer Science
This study was conducted to assess whether substitution of conventional learning with e-learning can improve the education standard and knowledge of people especially in this information world. This paper was conducted mainly among students and lecturers in educational learning. It starts with a definition on e-learning and conventional learning to provide a basic knowledge about e-learning and conventional learning. It continues with the introduction, the objectives, limitations and the scope… 

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