International Advanced Research Journal in             Science, Engineering and Technology

A monthly peer-reviewed Online and Print journal

ISSN Online 2393-8021
ISSN Print 2394-1588

Since  2014

Absrtact: E-learning enables skill development and information acquisition from any location, at any time, and at any time. Schools and colleges and universities are being forced to close as a result of COVID-19 Pandemic. Throughout this time period, there has been a noticeable surge in the adoption of digital learning by professionals and students. Nowadays, there is a wide array of e-learning systems available. These platforms can take the form of a mobile application, audio podcast, video conferencing software, or learning management system (LMS) software. In today's world, the internet, cloud computing, and mobile technologies have infiltrated virtually every aspect of human life. E-learning (electronically-based learning) has expanded its wings across numerous industries and opened up numerous opportunities. Education and Learning & Development have exploded in growth during the previous few years, with E-learning contributing significantly to the industry's development in developing economies. Due to the requirement of acquiring skills and promptly responding to day-to-day problems provided by an ever-changing work environment, the question of E-learning efficacy has emerged and must be addressed across industries vis Primary, Secondary and tertiary. The purpose of this research study to investigate Individual E-learning efficacy (IEE) of the learners and the Organisational E-learning efficacy (OEE) of the organisations in the primary sector, as well as the tools and technology used for e-learning. The primary research instrument is there on the data collection from the employees of Primary Corporate sector organization/Industries. Data analysis that was carried out was the analysis of quantitative data. Quantitative analysis is utilised to quantify the success of e-learning through the use of figures and percentages. The findings suggested that e-learning was a successful tool for remote learning during the pandemic of coronavirus illness (Covid-19).

Keywords: E-learning, Learner efficacy, Learnability factor, Primary Sector E-learning

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.8955

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