E-LEARNING: BEYOND TECHNOLOGY- EXPLORING PEDAGOGY, ENGAGEMENT AND IMPACT- A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW

Authors

  • Tanmay Bhale Research Scholar & Assistant Professor, Department of Management, G H Raisoni Institute of Engineering & Business Management, Jalgaon 425001 (Maharashtra), India
  • Prof. Anil P. Dongre Professor & Dean, Faculty of Commerce & Management- KBC North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon 425001 (Maharashtra), India
  • CS. Dr. Rajkumar Kankariya Asst. Prof. Department of Management- Suryadatta Institute, Pune

Keywords:

E-Learning, Pedagogy, Engagement and Impact

Abstract

The landscape of e-learning has evolved significantly, transcending its initial focus solely on technological advancements. This research paper investigates the multifaceted evolution of e-learning, emphasizing the critical role of pedagogical, psychological, and social elements beyond technological innovation. The objectives of this research are to study the key milestones and paradigm shifts that have expanded e-learning's horizons. It also aims at studying E-Learning and Learner Engagement, Assessing Learning Outcomes and Impact in E-Learning shaping a holistic educational approach. Assessment methodologies for learning outcomes and impact in e-learning are examined, elucidating the need for comprehensive evaluations that encompass cognitive, affective, and social dimensions. The research outlines the inherent challenges and opportunities in expanding e-learning horizons, emphasizing the need for equitable access, inclusivity, and quality assurance in online education. This research paper advocates for a comprehensive understanding of e-learning that transcends technological dimensions, focusing on pedagogy, engagement, and inclusivity. It emphasizes the imperative of integrating diverse elements to shape the future of e-learning and ensure its effectiveness in modern education.

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Published

08-03-2024

How to Cite

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Tanmay Bhale, Prof. Anil P. Dongre, and CS. Dr. Rajkumar Kankariya, “E-LEARNING: BEYOND TECHNOLOGY- EXPLORING PEDAGOGY, ENGAGEMENT AND IMPACT- A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 9, no. GHRIEBM, p. 12, Mar. 2024.