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Chapter One
1.1 Background of the study
E-learning is an education via the Internet, network, or standalone computer.  E-learning is basically the network- enabled convey of skills and knowledge. E-learning refers to using electronic applications and processes to learn. E-learning includes all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching (Tirkes, G,2010). The information and communication systems, whether networked learning or not, serve as specific media to implement the learning process. This often involves both out-of-classroom and in-classroom educational experiences via technology, even as advances continue in regard to devices and curriculum. E-learning is the computer and network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge. E-learning applications and processes include Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual education opportunities and digital collaboration. Content is delivered via the Internet, intranet/extranet, audio or video tape, satellite TV, and CD-ROM. That is to say E-learning systems contain both Learning Management System and Course management system. It can be self-pace or instructor-led and includes media in the form of text, image, animation, streaming video and audio. It is commonly thought that new technologies can make a big difference in education. In young ages especially, children can use the huge interactivity of new media, and develop their skills, knowledge, and perception of the world, under their parents' monitoring, of course. 
Many proponents of e-learning believe that everyone must be equipped with basic knowledge in technology, as well as use it as a medium to reach a particular goal and aim. In the 20th century, we have moved from the Industrial Age through the Information Age and now to the Knowledge Age. Knowledge and its efficient management constitute the key to success and survival for organizations in the highly dynamic and competitive world of today. Efficient acquisition, storage, transfer, retrieval, application, and visualization of knowledge often   distinguish   successful   organizations   from   the unsuccessful ones. The ability to obtain, assimilate, and apply the right knowledge effectively will become a key skill in the next century. Learning is the key to achieving our full potential. Our survival in the 21first century as individuals, organizations, and nations will depend upon our capacity to learn and the application of what we learn to our daily lives. Elearning has the potential to transform how and when employees learn.  Learning will become more integrated with work and will use shorter, more modular, just-in-time delivery systems. By leveraging workplace   technologies, e-learning   is bridging the gap between learning and work. Workers can integrate learning into work more effectively because they use the same tools and technology for learning as they use for work. Both employers and employees recognize that elearning will diminish the narrowing gap between work and home, and between work and learning. E-learning is an option to any organization looking to improve the skills and capacity of its employees. With the rapid change in all types of working environments, especially medical and healthcare environments, there is a constant need to rapidly train and retrain people in new technologies, products, and services found within the environment. There is also a constant and unrelenting need for appropriate management and leveraging of the knowledge base so that it is readily available and accessible to all stakeholders within the workplace environment. 
1.2       Statement of the Problem
1.2.1 Current system
The current situation is very limited to few resources, students are unable to get knowledge more than that the lecture provides to them. This in the end limits student’s performances, because everything a student gets is collected from lectures in class.
Here are some of the problems of the current system:
           The current system at Cross River University of Technology is that lectures download references for students or for lecturing.
           Students submit assignment to lectures through hard copies or personal emails.
           Students only get help from lectures if the lectures are in they’re office. •    New lectures to a course have to get materials on their own.
           Student are required to physical be in the classroom in order to gain knowledge thereby sacrificing all other responsibilities. 
•           Students are unable to share resources effectively and hold group discussions that are monitored or supervised by lectures

Chapters: 1 - 5
Delivery: Email
Number of Pages: 50

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