E-LEARNING AND TEACHING IN HO CHI MINH CITY UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION - INITIAL EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVENESS AND FEASIBILITY MODEL ON A LARGE SCALE

Nguyen Thi Nhu Thuy, Lu Thi Mai Oanh

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E-Learning and Teaching is a modern method of teaching and learning based on information technology. In particular, during the industrial revolution 4.0, information technology and digitization develop strongly and rapidly in all countries, which make the traditional teaching method lose the leading position in modern education. Because E-Learning and Teaching allows the maximum exploitation of its features and utility in online teaching and learning, reduces training costs, time and brings convenience for learners anytime and anywhere. Recognizing the importance of online teaching and learning trends in the industrial revolution 4.0, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education (HCMUTE) has applied and implemented the E-Learning and Teaching system on the basis of teaching management systems such as LMS/FHQLMS and Google Classroom. This article contributes to describing the current situation and difficulties in the implementation of E-Learning and Teaching, aiming to build an E-Learning and Teaching application on a large scale in HCMUTE in particular and Vietnam in general.

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HCMUTE, e-learning and teaching, LMS/ FHQLMS, industrial revolution 4.0

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejoe.v5i2.3504

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