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Journal: Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies (Vol.10, No. 71)

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Page : 17173-17182

Keywords : Attitude; TeLRA scale; e-learning;

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Test of e-learning related attitudes (TeLRA) scale developed by D.H. Kisanga and G. Ireson Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom published in International Journal of Education and Development using information and communication technology (IJEDICT), 2016, Vol.12,issue1,pp 20-36 was used to study the attitude in relation to four areas as: Challenges of elearning, benefits from e-learning, Attitude on using computer systems and leisure interest on elearning and use of computers systems. The present study was conducted through descriptive survey method. The targeted population for this study comprised of all rural and urban student teachers of various educational institutions of Shimla city including Department of Education, Himachal Pradesh University. A sample of 400 and female student teachers were given ( TeLRA) scale in the form of Google form online. Out of these 218 student teachers (109rural and 109urban) were taken as sample. t-test was computed for the statistical analysis of the data. Finding indicates that Rural and urban student teachers do not differ significantly on any of the factor of e-learning. Further from the mean values, the inference can be drawn that rural student teachers shows similar kind of attitude towards e-learning as compared to urban student teachers and are well known to the benefits from e-learning, also they have shown leisure interest on e-learning and are comfortable in using computer systems. But rural student teachers are found to be more comfortable on using computer systems as compared to its counterpart.

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