@article{Kainat Javed1 Umair Bin Nasir2 , Absar Nazir3 , Usman Rasool Lodhi4 , Zeeshan Malik5 , Arooj Javed6 ,_2023, title={THE VIEWPOINT OF FACILITATORS AND STUDENTS ON E-LEARNING: A CROSSSECTIONAL DESCRIPTIVE STUDY IN A PRIVATE MEDICAL COLLEGE: http://doi.org/10.46536/jpumhs/2023/13.03.460}, volume={13}, url={http://publication.pumhs.edu.pk/index.php/ojs/article/view/841}, abstractNote={<p><strong>OBJECTIVE:&nbsp;</strong>The objective of this study is to assess how well received E - learning is among students</p> <p>and faculty at a medical college in terms of its challenges, successes and acceptance.&nbsp;<strong>METHODS:&nbsp;</strong>In the</p> <p>month of June 2022, learners and educators at the University College of Medicine and Dentistry UCMD,</p> <p>Lahore, Pakistan, participated in this quantitative study using an online questionnaire. Teachers and</p> <p>undergraduate students of MBBS who were involved in E-learning were approached, out of which data was</p> <p>collected from 30 educators and 256 students through convenient sampling. Students and teachers were</p> <p>emailed links to the Google form containing the survey, and SPSS software was used to analyze the results.</p> <p><strong>RESULTS:&nbsp;</strong>30 faculty members and 256 MBBS students took part in the study. In our survey, 84.5% of</p> <p>students and 62.5% of teachers supported supplementing E-learning with traditional pedagogy in the future.</p> <p>The ease of use and efficiency of online learning were significantly correlated. E-learning was rated as</p> <p>being only somewhat effective by both students and teachers. Network troubles, the difficulty of completing</p> <p>practical’s, the lack of a controlled atmosphere, and the student’s lack of attention were the main issues that</p> <p>instructors encountered when commencing sessions online. The institute’s online program received positive</p> <p>feedback from more than half of the students. E-learning was rated as being only moderately convenient by</p> <p>educators, compared to very convenient traditional classroom teaching.&nbsp;<strong>PRACTICAL IMPLICATION:</strong></p> <p>There are many possibilities for students to learn, explore, and develop. Numerous advances that increase</p> <p>our productivity are brought about by new technologies. For medical students, E-learning is essential for</p> <p>growth in a world filled with technological innovations.&nbsp;<strong>CONCLUSION:&nbsp;</strong>Both educators and students</p> <p>adapted quickly to the online learning environment, however, there were some difficulties at first. Building</p> <p>capacity in terms of talent acquisition and digitization is required to provide smooth and efficient e-learning.</p>}, number={3}, journal={Journal of Peoples University of Medical & Health Sciences Nawabshah. (JPUMHS)}, author={Kainat Javed1 Umair Bin Nasir2 , Absar Nazir3 , Usman Rasool Lodhi4 , Zeeshan Malik5 , Arooj Javed6 ,}, year={2023}, month={Sep.}, pages={126–132} }