E-learning or online learning has been widely adopted by many universities. Several universities integrate E-learning into their courses sometimes as a week of online learning and other times a whole course could be offered online. During the E-learning week, undergraduates stay at home or wherever is convenient for them to view online lectures or materials to help them understand certain topics. Professors and lecturers post their lectures (webcast) and assignments online and students are expected to complete these assignments independently and post them online by a specified deadline. In this manner, the universities hope that their students can become more pro-active at learning and as a result make learning more efficient.
Who We Are
We are a group of Science undergraduates from the National University of Singapore (NUS). We are currently taking a module (ES2007S – Professional Communication) that encourages us to conduct a research which may be beneficial for the undergraduates. Our research topic is on E-learning: the functions of learning on the internet.
The objective of this study is to analyze students’ opinions on whether an extended period (at least 4 weeks) of E-learning (online lectures, assignments and tests) provided by NUS will increase Science undergraduates learning efficiency.
Other than reflecting the sentiments of Science undergraduates’ opinions on E-learning, we would like to inform and suggest to the Vice Provost of NUS who is in charge of undergraduate studies on the feasibility of E-learning at the end of this study.
To ensure the integrity of this survey, we would require your name and matriculation number. Your information will be kept confidential and used solely for the purpose of this study.
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