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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

To find out the prevalence of different type of digital learning platform use by college students

Author(s):
Kirti Devi, Kanchan Devi and Dr. Aarti Singh
Abstract:
A study was conducted in two universities of Prayagraj with the objectives to find out the prevalence of different type of digital learning platform used by college students. To assess the knowledge level of college students using digital learning platforms. To compare the knowledge level of college students using digital learning platforms. Uttar Pradesh state was selected purposively for the study. Two universities from Prayagraj district were selected purposively i.e. Allahabad University and SHUATS University. A total of 80 respondents (boys and girls) were selected randomly as the sample for the study. The data was collected from two universities by self made interview schedule. The first part of the interview schedule consists of the information about general profile of the respondents and second part of the interview schedule was developed regarding assessment in digital learning platform. Most of student revealed the distribution of respondents according to the age group 21 -23years followed by that half of the respondents 50% male and 50% female whereas maximum of the respondents were post graduates followed by caste, maximum students belonged to OBC whereas mass media exposure, maximum respondents had mobile phone followed by respondents knowledge and views about digital learning, a maximum of students belonged to the all view the above whereas respondents online learning skills and knowledge objectives before the start of e- learning. Students with highest those have assessed their online learning skills and how knowledge about the objective before the start of an e-learning course on digital leaning platform followed by where use of digital learning platform besides their course content, were ever been assessed by personal online learning skill and abilities before the start of an online learning course on digital learning platform, face difficulty in enrolling or registering in a digital learning platform.
Pages: 1120-1122  |  180 Views  42 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Kirti Devi, Kanchan Devi and Dr. Aarti Singh. To find out the prevalence of different type of digital learning platform use by college students. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 1120-1122.

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