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Online learning programs have been expanding at exponential rates. To help encourage the development of learning communities within these environments, practitioners are advocating more collaborative learning approaches. Yet, many students express reservations about learning in small groups, particularly online. It explores more deeply the nature of student ambivalence about online collaborative learning. Weaving the findings of online groups with research in online learning and group dynamics, we argue that students hold on to highly subjective and individualistic understandings of teaching and learning. These perspectives manifest themselves in their overall approach to group inquiry and decision making. The meaningful transition to education has just begun, determining measures of effectiveness and efficiency requires innovations in social and political thought beyond the advances in technology. As e-learning and higher education reach new heights, they are changing the functions of the university. Online learning changes all the ground rules, including time, and pedagogy. The paper discusses various challenges related to online education in entrepreneurship training. Student was utilized to measure participation and importance of using online modules in training. The student overall skill has to be increased in tough environment to achieve success. Overall skill has to be increased in tough environment to achieve success.


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Entrepreneurship, Education, Online Education, Training.
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Online learning programs have been expanding at exponential rates. To help encourage the development of learning communities within these environments, practitioners are advocating more collaborative learning approaches. Yet, many students express reservations about learning in small groups, particularly online. It explores more deeply the nature of student ambivalence about online collaborative learning. Weaving the findings of online groups with research in online learning and group dynamics, we argue that students hold on to highly subjective and individualistic understandings of teaching and learning. These perspectives manifest themselves in their overall approach to group inquiry and decision making. The meaningful transition to education has just begun, determining measures of effectiveness and efficiency requires innovations in social and political thought beyond the advances in technology. As e-learning and higher education reach new heights, they are changing the functions of the university. Online learning changes all the ground rules, including time, and pedagogy. The paper discusses various challenges related to online education in entrepreneurship training. Student was utilized to measure participation and importance of using online modules in training. The student overall skill has to be increased in tough environment to achieve success. Overall skill has to be increased in tough environment to achieve success.


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Entrepreneurship, Education, Online Education, Training.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.36039/ciitaas%2F4%2F1%2F2012%2F106919.26-29