Altameem, Torki
May 2013
Review of Higher Education & Self-Learning;Spring2013, Vol. 6 Issue 20, p41
Academic Journal
E-Learning has attained significance in todays' cyber world due to the obvious advantages of anywhere anytime learning, to reach the unreachable and so on. It is a well known fact that explosion of E-learning technologies was due to the wide spread adoption of certain technical enablers. These enablers impose certain order providing more uniform and precise access and manipulation to e-Learning resources and data. This paper discusses the important technical enablers that are considered vital in the successful implementation of e-learning.


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