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    Isuues of teaching and learning

    Advantages and Disadvantages in Using Email for Teaching and Learning:


    General advantages and disadvantages in using email to communicate with students:

    Advantages:

    1-Staff and students can communicate outside of office hours, at anytime convenient to them.
    2-Faster than an ordinary mail; messages travel almost instantaneously.
    3-Staff and/or students can be in the safety and comfort of their own homes for after classes office hours.
    4-Working students, part-time students and students with family responsibilities will be able to 'attend' classes without much inconvenience.
    5-Staff can communicate to students relatively easily without losing valuable face-to-face contact time.
    6-Cheaper and less intrusive than a telephone call, particularly for a large amount of information.

    Disadvantages:

    1-Not all students have easy access to computers and have email accounts; computer laboratories might not be open after office hours.
    2-Students may need training to communicate effectively via email before using email in learning.
    'Email overload' for staff
    3-Hardware/software incompatibility may result in garbled messages.
    4-The recipient may be unaware of an urgent message's arrival and quick answers may not be forthcoming.
    5-Recipient unable to interpret nuances which are easy to communicate when face-to-face.

    Bulk messages via email:
    Advantages:

    1-Staff no longer have to arrange for a time and place for all students to gather before giving messages.
    2-Misunderstandings due to missed or misheard words eliminated
    Saves photocopy time and paper.
    3-Students will not miss messages if they are absent on the day the information was given.

    Disadvantages:

    1-Email addresses of all students may be unavailable to staff.
    2-Students might read an important announcement too late; students must be trained to check emails regularly.
    3-Many students with a similar query might seek individual attention.


    Remote teaching/learning:

    Advantages:

    1-Physical distances between staff and students no longer matter.
    2-Saves time, money and effort needed to travel to campus.
    3-Time zone difference that might be a problem for other forms of communication does not matter.

    Disadvantages:

    1-Must have access to computers and functioning modems.
    2-Breakdown in power supply or telephone service would disrupt communication.

    Using email for submission of assignments:
    Advantages:

    1-Students don't have to go to the department to submit their assignment.
    2-Assignment is submitted directly to the teacher and less likely to get 'lost' in the system.
    3-Receipt of assignment can be acknowledged quickly.
    4-For some students using email and attaching an assignment will be an IT learning experience.
    5-Teacher can type comments and mark directly onto document and return by email without delay.


    Disadvantages:

    1-Attached assignments may contain viruses.
    2-Transmission problems may cause extra work for the lecturer if students have to be contacted and asked to resend assignments.
    3-Teacher may need to print assignments, which may be time-consuming and may increase stationery costs for the department.


    Peer Learning through email:


    Advantages:

    1-Assignments can be sent to other students for peer review before submitting the final version to the teacher.
    2-Students can be encouraged to ask questions of each other about things they don't understand before contacting the teacher.
    3-Students working on group projects can communicate without having to meet.
    4-Part-time students or those living far from campus can 'talk' to other students without going to the coffee shop.
    5-Students may have the option of addressing messages to the whole class or to individuals.

    Disadvantages:


    1-Students may reinforce misunderstandings about a particular concept, theory or assignment instruction.
    2-Breaches of 'netiquette' may occur in the form of 'putdowns' of other students, insensitive comments or curt replies.
    3-Some students may feel anxious about putting their views in writing to the whole class and may be 'list lurkers' rather than participants.

    Mankool......
    Source:The University of Western Australia.
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