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Article Published In Vol.4 (March-April-2016)

The Effect of E-Learning and the Role of New Technology at University of Human Development

Author : Mazen Ismaeel Ghareb and Saman Ali Mohammed

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With the late sensational increments in technology, today’s education has been changed and influenced in ways both positive and negative. All through time as innovation constantly changes, so do the ways instructors utilize their classrooms. Just around 10 years prior instructors were utilizing apparatuses like writing slates and after that advanced to white sheets. These days, educators are utilizing perceptive sheets. These sheets are to a great degree progressed and offer a wide range of approaches to instruct and to import data to understudies. This advancement in innovation has had numerous constructive outcomes of instruction. Trusting this innovation is an awesome thing to help our students expand their insight regularly at school and universities. At the point when students open up an application, they can stay up with the latest with governmental issues, games and current occasions. This momentary data empowers students to be more taught and educated. This research provides a thorough background on e- learning and how it has come about. The research focuses on the important role of E-learning and new technology in education process in general for higher education and how the students will engage with 21st century technology. Adding to that Mobile learning (M-learning) has turned into an imperative instructive innovation segment in advanced education. M-learning makes it workable for students to learn, team up, and impart thoughts among each other to the guide of web innovation and improvement. Nonetheless, M-learning acknowledgment by learners and instructors is basic to the vocations of The research attempts to take some of students of university of human development experience of using new technology and how they engaged with new courses and their the lecturers. This paper is organized as these sections introduction, literature review in these sections it describes the e-learning and the effect of technology on it. In section 4 and 5 it explains our approach and some hypothesis regarding e-learning in higher education generally and final section it gives some recommendations for higher education to implement correct e-learning system according to Kurdistan Region requirements.

Keywords: Technology; E-learning, smart phone educational applications, web technology and interactive collaboration

 

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