Learning Management: A Review on Emerging Technologies for Distance Education
- Author Kevin Client B. Matutes
- Co-Author Christine C. Roa, Josephine D. Ombajen
- DOI 10.17605/O
- Country : Philippines
- Subject :
Education and the teaching and learning process has greatly and widely evolved throughout the years. Distance education, a stream of this evolution, is implemented with the use of various automation derived from many advancements in computer and information technology. This research paper reviewed studies encompassing software and applications which have been proven to be highly effective and valuable in mediating synchronous and asynchronous instruction during remote learning. This paper reviewed the use of 2010s educational technologies such as audioconference, multimedia, online, print, telecast/datacast, videoconference, webcast and webconference technologies. The paper also discussed emerging distance education software including Moodle, Google classrooms, Schoology, Edmodo, Canvas, D2L, Showbie and Blackboard with description and instructional procedures. General findings suggest that although instructional and learning procedures vary depending on context and educational factors, it is an undeniable fact that utilization of these technologies and learning management software, has been proven effective in providing a virtual venue of instructional delivery and successful learning.
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