Chriatian A. Oduma, Lizzy Nkem Onyema, Ndidi Akiti


This paper examined the e-learning platform in business education, the work reflected on the collaborative learning, informal e-learning, computer- based training, (CBT) and well-based training as the e-learning platforms in business education. The work also discussed eXe, flexible learning toolboxes, i-learning, video conferencing, youtube, respondus and smart board interacting, white board as e-learning tools on the web suitable for business. The benefit of e-learning platform, as well as e-learning skills acquisition in Business Education were also discussed. The study concluded that adequate awareness on the potentials of e-learning platforms in Business Education and availability of facilities to motivate the students and business educators to adapt to the more efficient and effective use of e-learning. It recommended that requirements meant for e-learning platform in Business Education should be made available.


Keywords: E-learning, E-learning platforms, Business education and skill acquisition

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