A Review Of Effectiveness Of Web Learning During Covid-19 Outbreak


  • Vrinda Dhoundiyal
  • Smriti Tandon
  • Avani Sharma
  • Dr. Namrata Prakash


Covid-19, Online learning, pandemic, EdTech, education, web-based learning, Education, Effectiveness


India being the second-largest populated country in the world, with just under 1.4 billion inhabitants and among this, a large group of people is engaged in traditional teachinglearning methods. Even though most educational institutions are exploring information
communication technology (ICT) at schools, colleges, and university levels, still most of them are struggling with the implementation. The unanticipated outbreak of Covid-19 and imposed lockdown forced the education system worldwide to use the web-based learning
platforms for sustainable education and left no option for the traditional pedagogy. This situation worked as a catalyst in changing the whole education system overnight, i.e., shifting themselves from person-to-person learning from classroom to web-learning. The aim of this study is to examine the significance of e-learning during the Covid-19 outbreak and it also highlights the growth and development of EdTech start-ups and tools during this pandemic. Thus, it has become the need of an hour to adopt online education along with the conventional approach to make it more effective.




How to Cite

Vrinda Dhoundiyal, Smriti Tandon, Avani Sharma, & Dr. Namrata Prakash. (2023). A Review Of Effectiveness Of Web Learning During Covid-19 Outbreak. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 4220–4227. Retrieved from https://ilkogretim-online.org/index.php/pub/article/view/3213




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