E Learning

Topics: E-learning, Learning, Learning management system Pages: 22 (4459 words) Published: May 14, 2015
IMPROVING STUDENTS’ LEARNING ABILITY THROUGH ADU E-LEARNING

A Baby Thesis
Presented to the Faculty of
Adamson University
College of Liberal Arts
Languages Department

In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements in
Technical English

Abania, Gabrielle V.
Libera, Angela Louise P.
Pascual, Ken L.
Payaoan, Arturo Jr. G.
March, 2013

Approval Sheet
In partial fulfillment of the requirements in English Communication II, this baby thesis entitled, “Improving Students’ Learning Ability through AdU E-Learning” written by Gabrielle V. Abania, Angela Louise P. Libera, Ken L. Pascual, and Arturo G. Payaoan Jr. is hereby recommended for approval.

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DateBryan Eli Sadorra, M.A., Ll.B.

ORAL EXAMINATIONS

Approved and accepted with a grade of _________

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CHAPTER 1
The Problem and Its Background
Introduction
The internet has now become a part of the 21st century world. Everything and everyone is getting online. And those who are not doing so are missing out on the power of this modern age. Can the field of education be any far behind? Indeed not, as is evident from the introduction of E-learning!

Learning is a complex process where student’s motivation, teacher, learning material and several other aspects interact with each other. Nowadays, the traditional classroom teaching has changed more and more into a virtual environment where different issues about learning has to be taken into account. Learning has dramatically changed over recent decades when technical revolution has brought different opportunities to learn via the Internet. E-learning is a term that is used to refer to computer-based learning. It uses computer based training and teaching materials, online conferencing, discussion boards, e-mail, computer-aided assessment, and other related methods. AdU E-learning has been introduced to the students of Adamson University. Each student has his/her own account. Their student number would be the username for the account and their initial password will be given through the ITC (Information Technology Center). This Learning Management System has clearly become one of the most adopted learning frameworks for education. AdU E-learning has become one of the innovations of learning and teaching for educational institution and it clearly defines a vast advantage of providing a newer form of learning environment for students and a great supplement for teachers. This will further enhance learning capability on a new better environment, providing student-enhanced learning method and for teachers with enhanced delivery and management for lessons.

We chose this kind of topic for our thesis because we are aware of the benefits we can get from the E-learning. The most attractive feature of E-learning is that it is student-centered. Since most of the students are inclined to social networking sites, using E-learning is just a piece of cake. This software also accommodates individual preferences and needs. At the same time, it empowers students of various backgrounds to have equal access to the best resources and referral material, lecture sessions, and tutoring. The set-up of E-learning allows students to learn easily for the standardized tests by downloading the study material they want, rather than paying hefty bills to tuitions. In other words, the online environment allows a learning atmosphere where there is a better focus on study due to the effect of saved efforts, time and lesser hassles. E-learning opens up a new world of studying comfortably and with better results.

Statement of the Problem
Major Problem:
How can AdU E-learning improve students’ learning ability? Minor Problems:
1. What is the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of: a. Course
b. Year level
c. Age
d. Frequency of using AdU E-learning
e. Accessibility to the internet...

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