S.Raja sankar, Dr.S.K Naga rajan


E-learning is a one kind method of knowledge which is maintained in information technology for educational process. E-learning has transformed aspects of our daily works without hesitation changing education. It discusses number of important matters, including the adoption of new techniques that motivate students and encourage them to use the online environment. Motivation recommends to students for behaving in specific ways. Motivation is very importance because as the research has shown. Motivation refers the student to learn online environment in colleges. Now e-learning is current challenges and concerns in relation to student’s motivation and active participation. Motivation can also be a feeling of satisfaction, success in online learning environment. Motivation is considered an essential element to engage students and learning experiences. The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of e-learning on student motivation to learn new information and retain information. This article looks at certain elements that can be used to promote the motivation of the students in e-learning. Educational institutes around the world have been encouraging the use of e-learning for a number of years. Mostly colleges have been encouraging their faculty to integrate e-learning into their teaching. Faculties also have their responsibility to be motivated the student for e-learning in educational institutes. Faculty says about motivation from a number of perspectives in e-learning for students. Results in this study and hypotheses show that motivation is the main factor that has the most significant tool on using e-learning at the college followed by students. Student has shown indirect force on e-learning through motivation. E-learning provides more growing teaching tools that flexible more effective teaching methods compared to that of the traditional teaching methods.

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