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Title: Impact of E-learning on Achievement Motivation and Academic Performance - A Case Study of College Students in Sikkim
Authors: Kumar, Neeraj
Bajpai, R P
Keywords: E-Learning
Achievement Motivation
Academic Performance
Socio-economic Status
Issue Date: 12-Mar-2015
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: Globalization of society is connected to remarkable development in Information technology and global networking has given birth to e-learning phenomena, which broadness our horizons of traditional learning and creates opportunities for all stakeholders in the teaching and learning process. This study focused on the impact of e-learning on achievement motivation and academic performance. E-learning has been revealed in this study a positive impact on achievement motivation and academic performance contrary to the expectations of this study. The paper also examines the data for the presence of interaction effects of e-learning study on male, female and socio-economic characteristics. It is concluded that in order to improve motivational effectiveness and academic achievement, higher education should consider aiming to develop e-learning strategies that encourage greater engagement and also take into consideration the different learning styles found within the student body.
ISBN: 978-93-81232-05-7
Appears in Collections:CALIBER 2015: Shimla,HP

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