Journal of Research in Didactical Sciences

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Constructs in the Institutional E-Learning Readiness Models: A Literature Review

Donnalyn Blacer Bacolod 1 *
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1 Palawan State University
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Abstract

Learning continuity amidst the Covid-19 pandemic is being advocated by many. As a result, many educational institutions worldwide are turning to e-learning or online learning as a solution. Nevertheless, many of them have never used e-learning before. Accordingly, this literature review aims to gather pertinent data about the constructs existing institutional e-learning readiness models. There were 42 models found in various databases between the year 2000 and January 2021, according to the search keywords “(institution or institutionalize) and readiness and (online learning or e-learning).” This review discusses the most frequently cited constructs in various models and other relevant information which are critical for the development of a new model and/or the adoption of an existing model to assess an institution's readiness for e-learning delivery.

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Journal of Research in Didactical Sciences, 2023, Volume 2, Issue 1, Article No: 14204

https://doi.org/10.51853/jorids/14204

Publication date: 30 Dec 2023

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