Attitude of Social Science Scholars of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University towards Online Learning Management System in Agriculture
Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology,
This paper deals with the attitude of students towards online learning management system in agriculture. Electronic learning or online learning technologies have great potential to spread learning. Much of the success of e-learning can be attributed to the availability of Learning Management Systems (LMS), also known as Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) or learning platforms. Online LMS has been successfully used for agricultural education though it has content issues. Globally there are lots of organizations that provide online agricultural courses ranging from certificate courses to doctoral programmes. Online LMS for Agricultural Education is used for almost all subjects including Crop science, Animal science, Poultry science, Soil science and Water management, Plant/Animal protection, Plant/Animal breeding. This paper is an attempt to explore the attitude towards online LMSs among the Post Graduate students of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) India. A sample size of 30 students pursuing master's programme under the Directorate of Centre for Agriculture and Rural Development Studies of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, was selected by random sampling technique, with the prime objective to study the attitude of students towards Online LMS in agricultural education.
- Online learning management
- agricultural education
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