Framework of Effective Learning Management System Controls of Technology Enabled Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Institutions


E-Learning is an important education tool in modern teaching and learning. Several E-Learning tools are available for students to make the learning processes in an effective way. The use of E-Learning tools should be in such a way that it does not affect the behavioral patterning that drawn up for the conventional learning. Plagiarism and lack of refereeing the text or reference book is one of the major hurdles which greatly affect the knowledge-domain of the student's arena. As technology evolved and expanded and student's community is in the position to use all these technologies, the teaching community needs to gear up in producing the electronic based contents and delivery. Fruitful implementation of E-Learning needs development of such system and its building blocks should be constructed in a systematic manner to achieve higher goals. The policy must be developed to support the implementation of E-Learning process. Identifying right technology, content and teachers is the main factors for the success of E-Learning initiatives at higher education institutions. This paper discusses various IT based tools available for the learning community, learning management system and stakeholders of building an effective learning management controls, efficiency from its usage and recommendations for the suitable framework that needs to be implemented at higher education institutions which makes the learners stronger in both theory as well as real-time knowledge of their studies that is going to be used in their future for the better world.

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Mahalingam Palaniandi, Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman

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Conference: IICEDubai2016
Stream: Educational change through technologies

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