Experimenting E-Learning for Postgraduate Courses

Ali H. Al-Marzouqi, Waleed Khalil Ahmed

Abstract


E-learning pedagogy is one of the most recent methods used by instructors in the undergraduate level at the colleges worldwide. Students benefit from e-learning instruction by having better grasp of information. In the present work, e-learning was used in a postgraduate course in the College of Engineering at UAE University to motivate students in educational materials required for Chemical Engineering Department. The initiative started after a successful experience in an undergraduate course. Therefore the present research was done as an attempt to replicate the study and test it for postgraduate courses. All students were asked to submit assignments in the shape of e-learning to produce educational materials of different course topics. The collected and analyzed feedbacks showed that students have interesting ideas and approaches to reach the desired target. This experience revealed positive response as well as potential to many promising aspects that can be used in the future to develop similar assignments for the enhancement of student’s knowledge

Keywords


E-learning, video, project, chemical, postgraduate.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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