Grace Nkemjurumuafo Ogbusuo


Impact of e-learning on office Technology and Management Education is a paper that highlights the efficiency, effectiveness and productivity of graduates of office technology and management (OTM) who made their learning through electronic media. This paper reveals that Office Technology and Management Education (OTME) made through e-learning otherwise known as Online learning yields better positive result since it produces graduates who are highly equipped intellectually and practical in the use of computer, internet and other technological facilities in handling their office activities and thus undoubtedly result to (lead to) fast and effective office practice and management, and as well a better technological tomorrow. There are also some major challenges of (OTM) graduates, examples are Database management, Customer services, Report writing, Budget management system analysis, Accounting sales etc. It recommends that Office Technology and Management Education is better
done through e-learning that regular class system and that even in regular class system e-learning should not be overlooked.

Keyword: E-learning, OTME, Gradua

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