Obstacles for integration of e-learning in higher education in Afghanistan Case study Paktia University
Maroof Khan, Dr. Salim Saay
Electronic learning or online learning is a part of modern education which is dramatically used in higher education in all over the world. As well as the use and integration of e-learning is at the primary stage in all developing countries. It is the most significant part of education that enhances and improves the educational system. This research is designed to identify and point out the obstacles that influence e-learning in higher education in Afghanistan. In order to have an inclusive research a case study research is perform at Paktia University in southeast of Afghanistan. The research will demonstrate the similar obstacles on country side. This qualitative research is a combination of questionnaires and interviews, the questionnaires will be distributed on higher educational institution lecturers and interviews will be conduct with upper management and information technology department. Most of the research has declared the use of e-learning in higher education which has influenced effectively and efficiently the education system. Afghanistan higher education is at the primary stage of e-learning However, some of the obstacles are avoiding successful integration of e-learning. The aim of this research is to underline the barriers that hamper the integration of e-learning in higher education. Nevertheless, e-learning has changed the teaching and learning process but integration is faced with many challenges in higher education in Afghanistan.
Maroof Khan, Dr. Salim Saay. Obstacles for integration of e-learning in higher education in Afghanistan Case study Paktia University. International Journal of Research in Advanced Engineering and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 22-26