Impact Analysis of Teaching Learning Using Whatsapp
The objective of the paper is to present results of impact analysis of offering Courses through WhatsApp from both Teacher and Learner perspective. A 7-day course titled LEARNING WITH MOOCs was offered using WhatsApp. A total of 256 persons registered which is the maximum possible. There were designated resource persons who will be posting about the topics at different intervals based on the interaction of learners. Interaction was allowed through out the Course. The last day of the Course included a Workshop that had some of the registered learners personally present and the others on WhatsApp. The workshop was also made available through YouTube. After the 1 week course was completed, Impact Analysis was done based on the following and other factors: (1) Number of active participants (2) Total number of posts (3) Number of Women participants (4) Nature of posts (5) Number of irrelevant posts (6) Overall Feedback. The results of Impact Analysis shall be presented in the paper. // Paper ID 552
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