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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Learning is no longer taking place in classrooms alone. Today technology provides variety of tools for educators and students to be used in the learning process. There is a demand on technology empowered learning experience. As a result, educators need to change the way education is being provided. Terms such as eLearning are typical to modern learning environments. Anytime and anywhere, what are modern learning environments? .

Keywords :

: education; eLearning; learning environment; modern learning; adaptation

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