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Usability Evaluation of Google Classroom : Basis for the Adaptation of GSuite E-Learning Platform

  title={Usability Evaluation of Google Classroom : Basis for the Adaptation of GSuite E-Learning Platform},
  author={Randy Joy Magno Ventayen and Karen Lea A. Estira and Ma. Jasmine J. De Guzman and Christian Mark M Cabaluna and Nieva N. Espinosa},
Electronic learning is a technology learning that plays an important role in modern education and training. Its great contribution lies in the fact that content is available at any place and device from a fixed device to mobile device. Nowadays, education is accessible everywhere with the use of technology. There are several LMS (Learning Management Systems) available. One of the new tool available was released by Google under GSuite. Pangasinan State University is currently subscribed to… Expand

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