The Perception Of English Literature Students On 
E-Xamination And Online (Web- Based) Learning


Onyeka IWUCHUKWU


ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study is to investigate the perception of students on the implementation of e-examination and their preparedness for facilitation through a web-based learning platform at the National Open University of Nigeria. Information gathered from the year three and year four students who registered for courses in English Literature in the undergraduate English Programme and Law at the Lagos Study Centre of the university was evaluated. This group of students has participated in the e-examination as well as the pen on paper (POP) examinations so are in a better position to evaluate the e-examination. The investigation was carried out through interviews, focus discussions and questionnaires and the result indicated that the students’ perceptions of online examination were generally positive and that they were enthusiastic about online facilitation but skeptical about its workability at this stage of our nation’s technological development.


KEYWORDS: E-xamination and Online (web- based) Learning, NOUN, Perception.


DOI : 10.17718/tojde.04350 
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