Accessing the Impact of e-learning System on Learners at University Level in Sultanate of Oman


The present study attempted to examine the impact of e-learning system education on student’s knowledge enhancement focusing on the teacher, content, technology, student. A structured questionnaire was used to collect data from 260 undergraduate students from Arab Open University, Oman branch and were analyzed with various statistical tools which can be used to find the relationship between the variables. However, it is relieved that there exists high effect (84%) e-learning on student’s learning. Further it is noticed that there exists moderate effect (62%) of e-learning on knowledge enhancement. A multiple regression was run to predict the e-learning system from all four independent variables such as student, teacher, technology and content and it was proved statistically significantly predict the dependent variable thereby accepting the study hypotheses. The study also revealed that there are many benefits and challenges associated with e-learning system. Students were exposed to the e-learning system and feel more confident and comfortable while working on it. It is therefore recommended that post COVID-19, e-learning will become the most preferred way of education throughout the Globe. Some major efforts must be made to continue to improve the e-learning that fosters dynamic learning opportunities for students. It is essential to improve the technological skills in order to achieve the best goal of knowledge enhancement. Further this study can be conducted widely be carried out in all the higher education institutions across the country.

Author Information
Subrahmanian Muthuraman, Arab Open University, Oman
Mohammed Al Haziazi, Arab Open University, Oman
Amani Al Balushi, Arab Open University, Oman

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Conference: ACE2020
Stream: Learning Experiences

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