The Statistical Analysis of the E-Learning Information System in Higher Institutions of Learning in Uganda
Nuwamanya, Ivan Elisam
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This study investigates the implementation, adoption and effectiveness of using e-learning in teaching in higher institutions of learning. In institutions of higher education, with the break out of the global pandemic (Covid-19), the issue of utilizing modern information and communication technologies for teaching and learning is very important. This study reviews literature and gives a scholarly background to the study by reviewing some contributions made by various researchers and institutions on the concept of e-learning, particularly its usage in teaching and learning in higher educational institutions. It unveils some views that people and institutions have shared globally on the adoption and integration of e-learning technologies in education through surveys and other observations. It looks at the meaning or definitions of e-learning as given by different researchers and the role that e-learning plays in higher educational institutions in relation to teaching and learning processes, and the advantages and disadvantages of its adoption and implementation. The study also aims at identifying the weaknesses, strengths and opportunities available. Encourages to take advantage of the strengths and opportunities to curb the weakness so as to improve the implementation, adoption and effectiveness of e-learning information systems in higher institutions of learning in Uganda.