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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



The Impact Of Information And Communication Technology (Ict) On Electronic Learning

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AUTHOR(S)

Emmanuel Boachie, Yaw Obeng Asare

 

KEYWORDS

e-learning, information, negative impact, invention, Information and Communication Technology

 

ABSTRACT

Information and Communication Technology has played a key role in the development of most sectors in the country which education is no exemption. Before the advent of technology in educational sector there was no policy of distance education until Information and Communication Technology was introduced at the teaching and learning process. The advent of Information and Communication Technology has necessitated the introduction of E-learning in the tertiary education across the globe which Ghana is no exception. Currently most of the tertiary institutions have introduced e-learning where some of their courses can be pursued online because of invention of ICT. A study has revealed that most of the people in the society are claiming that due to the advent of ICT, education has been brought to their door steps. Before the inception of ICT a lot people more especially workers were finding it difficult to pursue or further their education due to their time schedule. The study was to assess the negative impact ICT has made on the introduction of e-learning in Ghanaian educational sector.

 

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