Open, Flexible and Distributed e-Learning Environments

  • Sola Stephen Maitanmi Babcock University, Ilisan Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria
  • Adio Adesina Kamorudeen
  • Adekunle Yiinka
  • Gregory Onwodi
Keywords: Components, features, open, flexible, distributed.

Abstract

What generate an effective e-learning environment to course writers may differ to a developer but the major consideration is to the prospects because they are the receiver.  An e-learning system is meaningful to learners when it is easily accessible,well-designed, learnercentred, affordable and efficient; flexible and has a facilitated learning environment. When learners display a high level of participation, involvement and tremendous output in meeting a course’sgoals and objectives, this can makee-learningmeaningful to instructors.Therefore, when learners enjoy all availablesupportservices provided in the course without any interruptions, it makes supportservices staff happyas they strive to provide easy-to-use, reliable and accessible services.This paper examines components and features that can make e-learning as competitive as face-to-face learning whereby students derive equal benefits as when undergoing face-to-face learning.

 

Author Biography

Sola Stephen Maitanmi, Babcock University, Ilisan Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria
Computer Science Dept.Assistant Lecturer
Published
2013-10-18
How to Cite
Maitanmi, S. S., Kamorudeen, A. A., Yiinka, A., & Onwodi, G. (2013). Open, Flexible and Distributed e-Learning Environments. International Journal of Computer (IJC), 11(1), 7-16. Retrieved from https://www.ijcjournal.org/index.php/InternationalJournalOfComputer/article/view/108
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