E-learning and blended learning


  • AL-Dulaimi Hassan Khlebus University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Bucharest ,Romania, Ministry of Education( Iraq)
  • AL-Ajeeli Ridha Tomma Ministry of Education( Iraq)
  • AL-Tameemi Raed Ramthan Ministry of Education( Iraq)


E-learning, blended learning, education.


The main objective of this paper is to identify the methods trough which e-learning has developed over the last years and also identify how the new technologies have blended into the teaching methods in today’s education system by blended learning. The fast development of technology has changed society in many aspects of our daily life and it is important to evaluate how these changes have impacted the education system. The paper is divided into the following five sections: an introduction in which the main hypothesis of the paper will be presented including a short review of the literature regarding the topic of e-learning. The introduction is followed by materials and methods, then the presentation of results followed by a discussion in base of the results. At the end the conclusions will be presented.


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How to Cite

Khlebus, A.-D. H., Tomma, A.-A. R., & Ramthan, A.-T. R. (2017). E-learning and blended learning. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 33(1), 279–295. Retrieved from https://www.asrjetsjournal.org/index.php/American_Scientific_Journal/article/view/3141