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Comparative Study of Online Learning and Classroom Learning


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1 Research Scholar, Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University, Juhnjhunu, Rajasthan, India
2 Assistant Professor, Ajeenkya D Y Patil University School of Hotel Management, Pune, Maharashtra, India
3 Director, Parikrama Institute of Management, Maharashtra, India
     

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Online learning has become the need of a time. It is important to compare the effectiveness of classroom and online learning: teaching research methods that face to face interaction, online interactions are important components of learning and teaching in blended learning environment. Online courses help to reach more time and place bound students. Persistence in an online environment may be more challenging in classes than public administration classes. The study focuses on finding the opinion of students and teaching fraternity about effectiveness of online learning and classroom learning. This research is descriptive in nature conducted with the help of primary and secondary data. A survey was conducted through a questionnaire which was sent to teaching fraternity and students. The data obtained was analyzed with a percentage tool, weighted mean, Standard Deviation and Coefficient of Variation. Findings can help the academician to understand the issues and challenges faced by students and teaching fraternity.

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Classroom learning, Digital learning.
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Authors

Shilpa Korde
Research Scholar, Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University, Juhnjhunu, Rajasthan, India
Geetanjali Kale
Assistant Professor, Ajeenkya D Y Patil University School of Hotel Management, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Tanaji Dabade
Director, Parikrama Institute of Management, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


Online learning has become the need of a time. It is important to compare the effectiveness of classroom and online learning: teaching research methods that face to face interaction, online interactions are important components of learning and teaching in blended learning environment. Online courses help to reach more time and place bound students. Persistence in an online environment may be more challenging in classes than public administration classes. The study focuses on finding the opinion of students and teaching fraternity about effectiveness of online learning and classroom learning. This research is descriptive in nature conducted with the help of primary and secondary data. A survey was conducted through a questionnaire which was sent to teaching fraternity and students. The data obtained was analyzed with a percentage tool, weighted mean, Standard Deviation and Coefficient of Variation. Findings can help the academician to understand the issues and challenges faced by students and teaching fraternity.

Keywords


Classroom learning, Digital learning.

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