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Perception and Usage of Virtual Learning among the Women Academicians: A Study

International Journal of Information Library and Society

Volume 3 Issue 2

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: M. Selvi, S. Dhanavandan | Author(s) Affiliation:
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This study is aimed to examine the virtual learning in the perspectives of the women academicians in Chennai. Questionnaire method was adopted to collect the data. Out of 225 Questionnaire 198 were received back. This study examines the characteristics of the respondents, benefits of virtual learning, tools and techniques used for virtual learning, kinds of training required for virtual learning and difficulties in virtual learning. The highest number of respondents 21(8.58%) were for the opportunity of powerful information sharing, 19(9.59%) were for open source version of tools because of the rapid growth of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) open educational sources were available tremendously. 25(12.62%) were for meet their level of knowledge and interest. The highest number of respondents 32(16.16%) were identified in the difficulty of handling new technologies. 23(11.61%) were lack of common goals, 21(10.6%) were identified that the students may feel isolated.

Keywords: Virtual Learning, Women Academicians, Information and Communication Technology

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