Photography as a Tool for Teaching in an ELearning Environment A Case Study Of Cornerstone Training Institute

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Kampala international international : College of Education,Open and distance Learning
E-Iearning represents an innovative shill in the field of learning, providing rapid access to specific knowledge and information, It offers online instruction that can be delivered anytime and anywhere through a wide range of electronic learning solutions such as Web-based courseware, online discussion groups, live virtual classes, video and audio streaming, Web chat, online simulations, and virtual mentoring. The aim of this research was to investigate the feasibility, effectiveness and viability of Using images in an E-learning environment, in construction management of education and the students’ preference between c-learning and traditional face-to-face learning. Basing on looking on what were the main factors causing students not to understand concepts quickly, which in turn has a great impact on growth of the Institute with reference to Cornerstone Training Institute. The study involved both qualitative and quantitative methods. The sample size was 30 people. In which 10 were from the staff, 20 students. Interviews, observations. Documentary review and questionnaires were the bases for data collection and its findings has been represented in this research report. During the study the researcher viewed that the procedures are worth undertaking, although there are some loopholes here and there. If such loopholes are not addressed in the near future then c-learning is going to lose students. Following the study findings, recommendations are ~cry vital for management, in order to improve the efficient use of photography in a c-learning environment. The management should put into action use of photographs as a tool for teaching Online; this will help in students understanding difficult concepts more easily.
A Research Report Submitted To The School Of Computer Studies In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of The Degree Of Bachelor Of Computer Science With Education Of Kampala International University
Photography, Teaching, ELearning Environment