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AbstractWith the advent of e-learning technology in 1998, computer-based education was never the same again. This development means greater demands for highly skilled IT professionals, and even greater demand for smart, focused education and training starting from lower levels. Schools are now faced with this challenge of championing this &apos;irtual classrooms.&quot; Much greater than the goal of bringing &quot;on-line learning&quot; experience to its students, educators regard that e-learning is really made up of several methods of learning, which are just enhanced or facilitated by technology. Schools continuously seek to evaluate not only eleaming &apos;s efficiency and effectiveness in terms of facilities, instructors, course content, and course presentation.