The main charge of e-Learning activities is to encourage the development of new teaching opportunities with technology. The increased use of E-learning components across the curriculum promotes student familiarity with technology and helps manage course delivery in different ways. These E-learning components are part of classroom-based classes, hybrid classes, or fully on-line courses. Training academic staff in practices related to E-learning instruction and assessment is necessary to facilitate the effective use of technology. Increased student demand for computer lab access will have to be thoroughly assessed and be commensurate with the expansion of e-learning into new areas.
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