• Naima Halim Tushi English Instructor, Asian University for Women (AUW)
  • Tasdidaa Shamsi Independent Public Health Researcher
  • Sehely Aman M. A. Development Studies, University of Passau



E-Learning, Current Status, Demographic, Knowledge, Experience



E-Learning has triggered many changes in the higher education system due to technological developments, as it plays a part in the current teaching-learning proce ss. Even with the promise of digitalization, e-learning in the education sector has not improved much for the lack of sufficient technological development in a country like Bangladesh. This study considers different aspects of e- learning, this research measured current status of e-learning through demographics factors, e-learning experience and knowledge towards e-learning.


This research follows descriptive analysis where EBPQ survey questioner is used to collect quantitative data from 200 university students of Bangladesh. The quantitative data are analyzed using descriptive analysis, Cronbach’s alpha, co-relation, Anova and Chi- square analysis.


The quantitative results revealed that there are significant and positive relationships between e-learning and demographic factors such as degree enrolled in, employment status, geographical area, e- learning experience and knowledge towards e-learning with e-learning status, however with different strengths.


This study shows that e-learning knowledge is one the biggest challenges while trying to embrace e-learning.  Additionally, e-learning is constantly being a major concern in tertiary level education with geographic challenges, IT support, student acceptance, and course delivery individual. The overall results of the study reveal that on average, 62.5% of the respondents are moderately satisfied with e learning and 81% of them have direct link to e-learning. Therefore, a number of policy proposals have been established to help the factors, including demographic characteristics, age, geographic location, grasp of e-learning platforms, and satisfaction with e-learning experiences.


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How to Cite

Naima Halim Tushi, Tasdidaa Shamsi, & Sehely Aman. (2024). STATUS OF E-LEARNING AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL IN BANGLADESH: OPPORTUNITIES AND LIMITATIONS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 10(3).