Barriers to the Adoption of E- Learning in Kenyan Schools: A Review Study
Kamau, Joyce Waithera
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E-learning is learning that is supported by use of electronic technology aided by computers. Emphasis on teacher centered teaching could be changed to student centered with the emergence of using E learning technologies in schools thus creating an environment that is interactive and interesting for learning. A pedagogical shift has been facilitated by E-learning entailing an interaction between learners and Teachers in education. Recent studies portray a gloomy picture about the adoption of E learning. This paper analyzes the trends and progress in the adoption of E-learning with the aim of offering areas of key interventions for stakeholders and policy makers in the education sector. The result is a set of recommendations in enhancing the adoption of E-learning in Kenyan institutions.
African Journal of Computing & Information Systems (AJCIS)