POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS E-LEARNING FOR STUDENTS
Nowadays, E-learning has become an increasingly popular approach to learning in higher education institutions due to the rapid growth of Internet technology. As we can see, most higher education institutions using e-learning to improve the education of students and enhance their technology skills. E-learning can give us a lot of positive effects, especially students; however, the technological content was twice the decline and needs. Computer technology, especially the development of network technology includes both great conveniences to human activity, life, education and negative influences. So far, if e-learning is considered as the main way of learning, it will generally have the following negative and positive influences. Negative effects will make fall the young generation and the positive effects will grow this young generation.
POSITIVE EFFECTS OF E-LEARNING.
Firstly, the positive effects of e-learning is, e-learning can improve efficiency both in learning and teaching of students or teachers. This is because the use of e-learning will enable students to perform the tasks given by the teacher quickly and efficiently. Besides that, the use of e-learning system allows the teacher or lecturer can upload drills and assignment on sites like Facebook or another. For example, a lecturer at KPTM Kuala Lumpur using OLES (online learning system) to give assignment to their students. E-learning can also open students mind and enhance student knowledge of IT (information technology); this is because most of the information we get from technology. The ideal way to use for students and lecturers are synchronous communication style. Here the communication between the teacher and students directly occurs in an online chat room or through live audio -video conferencing. It allows them properly together at a specified time for communicating with each other regarding the course material. As a result, a teacher cans provide valuable information, lecture or share one or the other learning experiences with his Students.
Second effects are, e-learning also can Helpful for self-evaluation students. Self-evaluation means looking at your progress, development and learning to determine what has improved and what areas still need improvement. Usually involves comparing a "before" situation with a current situation. Self-evaluation usually occurs among students because they will always compare themselves with their friends through assignment or drills that are given by the lecturers. This is nice work; there will be healthy competition between them. With the advent of e-learning they'd be thrilled to do a good job in a timely manner as determined by the lecturer and possibly also some students would be vying for the information that has been shared by their lecturers. Here we have a few methods for self-evaluation, first, self-monitoring. Its means after each class, ask yourself whether you met...