The Effectiveness of the Online Learning Management System in delivering Engineering Education in select Private Higher Education Institution in Pampanga, Philippines
Keywords:Learning Managements System, Higher Education Institutions, COVID-19 Pandemic.
The COVID-19 Pandemic greatly impacted the education sector. Majority of the schools around the world including the Philippines transitioned into the online mode of learning. This proposes a new challenge to educators and students to adapt to the new mode of learning. The schools here in the Philippines adapted to the situation by means of an online learning management system (LMS). This paper tackles about the effectiveness of the online LMS of select private higher education institutions in Pampanga, Philippines in delivering engineering education. The researchers wanted to know if the online LMS of these schools are effective in terms of delivering quality engineering education to students. The researchers used a descriptive method of quantitative research through the use of survey questions. There were three major factors that were considered in the questionnaire and a bar graph has been utilized to analyze the gathered data. Based on the result of the survey, the researchers discovered that students who are motivated to learn and study every component of the course being discussed in an online class arrangement will benefit from online classes or distance learning. A different approach to learning has been introduced due to the existing global pandemic, one that requires greater attention and adaption to fully exploit the online platform and employ online learning as a simple but effective means to teach and convey knowledge to students from around the world.
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