ONLINE WORLD DURING PANDEMIC
Author: DIKSHITA DABHOLKAR_MBA_FINANCE_10002

E-Learning Services
E-Learning has proven to be the only resort as a replacement of traditional face-to-face learning methods in the current global lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic.The objective of the current study is to propose a holistic. E-Learning service ensure effective delivery and use of that contributes to sustainable learning and academic performance. to evaluate impact of E-Learning service model was proposed with its unique bi-dimensional features.The proposed model includes a broader aspect of quality measures with five main determinants. For empirical testing online survey data was collected. The constructs and its items were selected from the extensive literature review, expert opinion, and user’s feedback at King Khalid University.

Unwinding Environment
The advancement of mobile and wireless communication technologies has encouraged the mobile learning method even being limited by space and time.The trend of M-Learning will take hold in next 5 years properly making more students to accesses.To increase the interest in mobile education of students interesting activities should be delivery.The Danish & Hmelo-Silver, 2020 explored how to build on mobile learning platform and unique ways for mobile technology and culture in new ways.Camilleri & Camilleri (2019) examined whether the students were engaged with mobile technologies or the facilitating conditions at university. It resulted that students held positive attitudes towards the m-learning technologies as that was useful and easy to use. In mobile learning accounting information system courses approach should be taken as its effective way in enhancing engagement skills among accounting students.

E-Business
New technologies directly contribute to the expansion of e-commerce, new businesses and e-business models, and the dematerialization of products and services. The values forecast by eMarketer that there is an increase in the volume of e-commerce activity by16.1% in 2020 compared to 2019.In pandemic the increase of online consumption is assured as an important trend that will characterize the world economy.The three dimensions that are actually intrinsic for the concept of sustainability are the environmental side of e-commerce, the economic side and the social side.E-Commerce sustainability can be considered with the help of collaboration between all the stakeholders in the virtual market and a responsible common agenda.This study shows the antecedents of e-loyalty have a direct link with the accessibility of the sites and the consumers’ perceptions on them.E-loyalty of behavioral approach, can be defined by two perspectives. The first one is actually related with the products, services, or brands being the intention to repurchase the product, the service and to recommend it through the web, social networks.The second one is related to the website being the intention to repurchase on the same website and to recommend it through different online or mobile channels even if it is not the same product.Even this study can be beneficial for Romanian government bodies and decision-makers, who can develop specific policies to induce sustainable online consumerism.

E-Governance
Electronic governance aims at improving information and service delivery of public-sector institutions.Mehr bank directed its efforts toward investment in the field of modern technologies The adoption of new technologies in the field of banking by customers does not turn around easily.Substituting traditional banking with modern banking procedures requires investigation of customer behaviors, needs, and expectations.Financial organizations typically use one or more than one type of these communication channels to deliver banking information to their customers.The goal of their research was to investigate the attitudes of users towards electronic banking technologies: ATMs, mobile banking, and online banking.

Developing a Measure for Online Shopping
The accelerated spread of noncontact shopping methods has exponential expansion of online shopping malls.To create sustainable online shopping environments that consumers can trust this study applies the concept of reputation which has been mainly discussed in offline environments, to online shopping malls.online shopping malls are characterized by the fact that their Stores are virtual-indeed the websites themselves are the stores.The e-commerce market and related technological developments, consumer perceptions of online shopping malls are evolving and increasing highly.

Cashless Transactions
Data-based transmission and electricity are essential support systems required to improve the security of the personal data of consumers using e-commerce.The UTAUT is an essential theory related to behavior intention to use technology in an organization.The digitalization through the Internet has accelerated flow of globalization and payment systems from manual to online transactions.This study evidenced the mediating effect of the intention to use an e-wallet on the correlations between the predictors and adoption of an e-wallet.Perceived usefulness refers to belief that using system will improve job performance.Age, gender and education were found to have no moderating effect on this study from the perspective offered by the UTAUT.

Transformation of learning
Organisations like World Bank, UNESCO, have been promoting the use of online and distance education since 90s to expand educational opportunities for marginalised people.In response to significant demand, many online learning platforms provide free access to their services such as BYJU’S, a Bangalore-based educational technology and online tutoring firm which is now the most highly regarded Edtech company in the world.The three methods selected by students clearly says the live presence of faculty in their online learning experience.Many policymakers responded to the growing need to provide learning opportunities by online and distance learning for school children.Successful online guidance encourage learner input, make learners ask questions and extend the learner’s scope for contending with the course.

Connected Play in Virtual Worlds
Online VWs offer different types of collaborative activities in which youth, including neurodiverse populations can participate.In order to maximize the aforementioned play experiences, players need to communicate while collaborating and socializing.VWs have advanced from text-only chat features to multimodal social interaction during gameplay. The degree of freedom refers to the extent to which a player can act and interact with other players.A comparison across 10 specific platforms for players aged 5 to18 years old was conducted examining gameplay mechanics using play and community structures, and social communication in the online environment using chat moderation and parent controls.

Virtual World as an Interactive Safety Training Platform
A Lean Startup methodology was employed to develop training content for virtual and slide-based safety training.Two online training modes were developed on fire safety and emergency evacuation. The training results showed that simulation-based training optimized emergency management training and improved team performance along with collaborative learning. Effectiveness Short-term knowledge retention was observed to be comparable in VSW and SBST training.Virtual safety training provides the same knowledge as slide-based training and does so in a more engaging manner.Virtual fire safety training platforms can help introduce college students to various skills and scenarios before joining the industry the focus was to train participants on basic fire safety and emergency evacuation in a virtual building of the university.

E-Learning Acceptance
Universities in the world has invested extensively in e-learning, and many traditional classroom-based classes have changed to e-learning.Advancements in digital and communication technology have resulted in major improvements in all related areas.Many e-learning performance and quality models have been suggested, including e-learning system success,measuring e-learning system success , e-learning quality,e-learner satisfaction,student satisfaction model and student academic performance.The study’s key goal was to provide a clear and understandable conceptual model for assessing e-learning acceptance as sustainability and its determinants.Follow-up research needed to investigate the roles of observability and trialability in e-learning, especially in terms of adaptation and sustainability in higher education.

Conclusion
E-Learning has proven to be the replacement of traditional face-to-face learning methods in the current global lockdown pandemic.To evaluate impact of E-Learning service model was proposed with its unique bi-dimensional features.For empirical testing online survey data was collected.The advancement of mobile and wireless communication technologies has encouraged the mobile learning method even being limited by space and time.The Danish & Hmelo-Silver, 2020 explored how to build on mobile learning platform and unique ways for mobile technology and culture in new ways.New technologies directly contribute to the expansion of e-commerce, new businesses and e-business models, and the dematerialization of products and services.Electronic governance aims at improving information and service delivery of public-sector institutions.Financial organizations typically use one or more than one type of these communication channels to deliver banking information to their customers.The accelerated spread of e-commerce market and related technological developments, consumer perceptions of online shopping malls are evolving and increasing highly.The digitalization through the Internet has accelerated flow of globalization and payment systems from manual to online transactions.Organisations like World Bank, UNESCO, have been promoting the use of online and distance education since 90s to expand educational opportunities for marginalised people.Online VWs offer different types of collaborative in order to maximize the aforementioned play experiences, players need to communicate while collaborating and socializing.Two online training modes were developed on fire safety and emergency evacuation.Effectiveness Short-term knowledge retention was observed to be comparable in VSW and SBST training.Advancements in digital and communication technology have resulted in major improvement. The study’s key goal was to provide a clear and understandable conceptual model for assessing e-learning acceptance as sustainability and its determinants.
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