Computer Literacy and e-learning: Attitudes among First Year Students in a Ghanaian Medical School
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AbstractThis study sort to provides empirical evidence that would inform how to integrate fact to face instructional methods such as small group meetings with into e-learning, in medical education curricula within settings in Africa. The study found ICT illiteracy and fear of social isolation as the two main factors that account for resistance to e-learning and concluded that effective implementation of collaborative learning together with interventions aimed at improving ICT literacy may help lessen this resistance.