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Integration of e-Learning in Teaching & Learning in Malaysian Higher Education Institutions <br />By:<br />Prof. Dr. Moham...
Key Findings of Integration of e-Learning in Teaching & Learning <br />In general, 42.3% or 11 HEIs are offering more than...
Most of the lecturers (73.5%) believed that there is an increase in e-Learning activities in the past two years. <br />Mos...
Only 13.8% lecturers provide more than 80% online learning materials. Most of the lecturers (79.1%) provide between 10% to...
In terms of online assessments, 40.3% of the lecturers surveyed do not conduct online assessments, while 28.2% conduct 0–1...
Most of the lecturers (93.4%) surveyed believe that the integration of e-Learning in their courses have been beneficial to...
Two major challenges faced by lecturers to integrate e-Learning in their teaching and learning are trying to balance betwe...
Percentage of courses offered online<br />
Types of e-Learning courses offered at Malaysian HEIs<br />
Percentage of courses conducted in a blended mode by lecturers<br />
Percentage of online courses taken by students<br />
Lecturers’ opinion on whether there was an increase in e-Learning activities over the past two years<br />
Frequency of access to online courses by students<br />
Location where students access their online courses<br />
Equipment used by students to access their online courses<br />
Main mode of access to online courses by students<br />
Percentage of online learning materials provided by lecturers<br />
Format of online learning materials provided by lecturers<br />
Common file formats of online learning materials received by students<br />
Methods lecturers used to upload online learning materials<br />
Students’ most preferred method to download online learning materials<br />
Methods commonly used by students<br />
Percentage of online assessments conducted by lecturers<br />
Percentage of course assessments taken online by students<br />
The extent to which integration has benefited students<br />
The extent to which integration has a positive impact on students’ performance<br />
Lecturers’ opinion on the levels of integration of e-Learning <br />in their institutions<br />
Students’ opinion on the levels of integration of e-Learning <br />in their institutions<br />
Main challenges faced by lecturers in integrating e-Learning<br />
Main challenges faced by students in a virtual environment<br />
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  1. 1. Integration of e-Learning in Teaching & Learning in Malaysian Higher Education Institutions <br />By:<br />Prof. Dr. Mohamed Amin Embi<br />
  2. 2. Key Findings of Integration of e-Learning in Teaching & Learning <br />In general, 42.3% or 11 HEIs are offering more than 50% of their courses online. A total of 15.4% or four HEIs offer 0–10% online courses, 11.5% or three HEIs offer 11–20% online courses; 11.5 % or three HEIs offer 21–30% online courses, 11.5% or three HEIs offer 31–40% online courses, while 7.7% or two HEIs offer 41–50% courses online. <br />The most popular e-Learning mode among the HEIs is the supplementary mode followed by the blended mode. <br />The percentage of courses offered through the blended mode by lecturers are between 1–80%. <br />The percentage of online courses taken by students is 81–100%. <br />
  3. 3. Most of the lecturers (73.5%) believed that there is an increase in e-Learning activities in the past two years. <br />Most students access their online courses once a week (37.7%), followed by those who access it once daily (29.6%), and those who access it several times a day (17.6%). The number of students who have not accessed their online courses is very small, i.e. 135 or 2.1%. <br />Most students (71.4%) access their online courses from the hostel, followed by those who access it the computer laboratory (50.2%) and those who access it from home (46.9%). <br />Most students use their own laptops to access online courses (94.2%), using the wifi network available at their respective campuses (63.7%). <br />
  4. 4. Only 13.8% lecturers provide more than 80% online learning materials. Most of the lecturers (79.1%) provide between 10% to 80% online learning materials. <br />The main file formats provided by lecturers and accessed by students are common files such as pdf, ppt, doc, and xls files (96.8%). Only a few multimedia files are available (21.3%). <br />Most lecturers (50.1%) prefer to upload materials on a weekly basis before classes begin. <br />This seems to be the most preferred way by most students (44.6%). <br />However, most students (84.7%) prefer to read the materials offline rather than online. <br />
  5. 5. In terms of online assessments, 40.3% of the lecturers surveyed do not conduct online assessments, while 28.2% conduct 0–10% online assessments, and 17.2% conduct 11–20% online assessments. Only 14.3% of the lecturers surveyed conduct more than 20% online assessments. <br />For most students (30.9%), only 11–20% of their course assessments are conducted online. For 26% of them, 0–10% of their course assessments are conducted online and for another 26%, over 20% of their course assessments are conducted online.<br />
  6. 6. Most of the lecturers (93.4%) surveyed believe that the integration of e-Learning in their courses have been beneficial to students. <br />Most of the lecturers (88.5%) surveyed also believe that the use of e-Learning has a positive impact on the performance of their students. <br />Half of the lecturers (52.4%) surveyed are of the view that the integration of e-Learning in their institution is still at the middle stage, and slightly more than half of the students (56.8%) surveyed believed that the integration of e-Learning in their respective institutions are at the middle stage. <br />
  7. 7. Two major challenges faced by lecturers to integrate e-Learning in their teaching and learning are trying to balance between teaching and research (59.8%) and time constraints (54.9%). Technophobia (13%) was the least responsible challenge among the challenges faced by lecturers in order to integrate e-Learning. <br />For students, the challenges they face in the virtual environment are lack of access (53.4%), feedback from lecturers taking too long (42.8%), lack of content (32.7%), takes too long (32.4%), lack of interesting content (31.3 %), and uninteresting content as compared to applications such as Facebook. Only 294 students (4.7%) felt that technophobia is the main problem. <br />
  8. 8. Percentage of courses offered online<br />
  9. 9. Types of e-Learning courses offered at Malaysian HEIs<br />
  10. 10. Percentage of courses conducted in a blended mode by lecturers<br />
  11. 11. Percentage of online courses taken by students<br />
  12. 12. Lecturers’ opinion on whether there was an increase in e-Learning activities over the past two years<br />
  13. 13. Frequency of access to online courses by students<br />
  14. 14. Location where students access their online courses<br />
  15. 15. Equipment used by students to access their online courses<br />
  16. 16. Main mode of access to online courses by students<br />
  17. 17. Percentage of online learning materials provided by lecturers<br />
  18. 18. Format of online learning materials provided by lecturers<br />
  19. 19. Common file formats of online learning materials received by students<br />
  20. 20. Methods lecturers used to upload online learning materials<br />
  21. 21. Students’ most preferred method to download online learning materials<br />
  22. 22. Methods commonly used by students<br />
  23. 23. Percentage of online assessments conducted by lecturers<br />
  24. 24. Percentage of course assessments taken online by students<br />
  25. 25. The extent to which integration has benefited students<br />
  26. 26. The extent to which integration has a positive impact on students’ performance<br />
  27. 27. Lecturers’ opinion on the levels of integration of e-Learning <br />in their institutions<br />
  28. 28. Students’ opinion on the levels of integration of e-Learning <br />in their institutions<br />
  29. 29. Main challenges faced by lecturers in integrating e-Learning<br />
  30. 30. Main challenges faced by students in a virtual environment<br />
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