LMS LMS-Assessing the Management Information System Moodle at Mopan Technical High School
LMS-MOODLE ASSESMENT AT MOPAN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
AbstractOnline classes mainly take place through the internet. As such, online classes lack the regular student teacher interaction that is common with traditional learning. On the other hand, learning in traditional classes involves direct interaction between the student and the instructors (Donovan, Mader and Shinsky 286). Modern technology has infiltrated the education sector and as a result, many lecturers now prefer online classes, as opposed to attending the traditional regular classes. This is because online classes are Asynchronous. However, students who have enrolled for online learning do not benefit from the one-on-one interaction with their peers and teachers. This study seeks to determine the success of the learning system “Moodle” at Mopan Technical High School, by using DeLone and Mclean’s Information System Success Model.
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