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Assessing Students’ Readiness For Online And Distance Learning In Rwanda
Education has used a traditional delivery system where interaction between students and teacher was considered an essential element in learning. However, advance in IT and innovations in educational delivery have challenged this paradigm by ushering in new delivery methods, online and distance education, which are being adopted as the next logical step in education systems, especially in response to Covid-19. This exploratory study was conducted to assess the Rwandan students' perception and readiness for Online and Distance learning. Quantitative data was collected using online survey, from a sample of 328 respondents obtained by a non-probability sampling technique.
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