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Effectiveness of Seminar and Webinar in Learning Experience: An Empirical Analysis

G.K., Chetan Kumar and K.B., Rangappa and S., Suchitra (2021): Effectiveness of Seminar and Webinar in Learning Experience: An Empirical Analysis. Published in: Education India , Vol. 10, No. 2 (21 May 0002): pp. 247-257.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyse the effectiveness of online mode of instruction (webinar) vis-à�vis offline mode of instruction (seminar) and the possible policy implications therein. This Study has been conducted by using the primary data collected from 253 scholars ranging from students to professors through questionnaire. Various factors were taken into consideration for investigation based on review of literature. The results throw light on why scholars favour one mode of learning over the other. This study has repercussions on policy implications concerning effectiveness of distance education involving intergenerational age differences on learning outcome and experience

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