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Developing a Tool to Measure the Impact of E-Learning on the Teachers of Higher Education


Journal on School Educational Technology Volume 4, Number 2, ISSN 0973-2217


The trend of using e-learning as a teaching tool is now rapidly expanding into education. Although e-learning environments are becoming popular there is minimal research on the impact of e-learning on the teachers. The purpose of this study is to develop a tool to measure the impact of e-learning on the teachers' of higher education in the Indian scenario. Initially the tool was constructed with 53 statements and administered to 300 teachers of Higher Education. Out of these 53 statements 17 statements focused on personal effectiveness, 21 statements focused on teaching skills and 15 statements focused on research and academic work. In order to standardize the tool the researcher applied Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, Cronbach Alpha test, Correlation and 't' test. After the item analysis 30 statements were selected with the dimensions personal effectiveness (10), Teaching skills (13) and Research and Academic work (7).


Kumar, M.R. & Kumar, R.K. (2008). Developing a Tool to Measure the Impact of E-Learning on the Teachers of Higher Education. Journal on School Educational Technology, 4(2), 64-68. Retrieved January 30, 2023 from .

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