Virtual learning environments (VLES): The development of student’s learning domains at higher learning instituition (HLI)

Virtual learning environments (VLES): The development of student’s learning domains at higher learning instituition (HLI)

Author: 
Nik ZulkarnaenKhidzir, Khairul Azhar Bin Mat Daud and Mohd AsrulHery Ibrahim
Abstract: 

Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) Provide online interaction of various kinds which can take place between learners and tutor, including online learning when the student and lecturers are in different places but in the same time. However, the effectiveness of the approach still debated among scholars from different discipline on how this method could improve the Domain of Learning development among student especially in Higher Learning Institution (HLI). Therefore, the purpose of this study is to explore and measure the level of three Domains of Learning (Cognitive, Psychomotor, and Affective) development in Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) for higher learning institutions. Questionnaires were distributed to various group of scholars in numerous discipline for the study through purposive sampling. About 112 respondent participate in the survey. The findings of the study show the Cognitive domain development was the most effectedDomain of Learningfor the implementation of Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). This paper has also highlighted and discuss others two Domain of Learning based of the analysis results. Through the findings, Higher Learning Institution (HLI), practitioners and technologist could gain valuable indicator and source of scientific evidence consider toward the improvement of their Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) in order to gain the real benefit of its implementation.

Paper No: 
1190