E-Learning in Practice: Navigating Challenges, Leveraging Opportunities, and Enhancing Student Engagement

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Rohi Rani
Dr. Laxman Shinde

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E-learning has transformed the landscape of education, offering flexibility and accessibility to learners worldwide. This article delves into the practical implementation of e-learning, focusing on the challenges faced, opportunities presented, and strategies to enhance student engagement. By examining real-world experiences and insights, this paper provides a comprehensive overview of the complexities involved in navigating e-learning challenges, the ways in which institutions can capitalize on the opportunities afforded by digital learning platforms, and the effective methods for fostering student participation and interaction in online environments. Through a critical analysis of current practices and emerging trends, this article aims to shed light on the multifaceted nature of e-learning in practice and offer recommendations for optimizing its effectiveness in enhancing the educational experience for learners of all backgrounds.

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Rohi Rani, and Dr. Laxman Shinde. “E-Learning in Practice: Navigating Challenges, Leveraging Opportunities, and Enhancing Student Engagement”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 9, no. 2, Apr. 2024, pp. 58-65, https://www.thecreativelauncher.com/index.php/tcl/article/view/1170.
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