Paper Title
Does Class Size Matter In The E-Learning Systems

this paper attempts to investigate the impacts of the sizes of the class in the semi-interactive e-learning system. This research concludes that, in certain settings and learning natures, which are prevalent in most of the asian countries, the smaller size of the class could result in higher senses of learning fulfillment and higher intention to come back and use the e-learning systems. The settings and natures of learning that could challenge the full-fledged interaction e-learning include several decades and generations of one-way learning, instructor-centered, and the cultures in many countries that do not encourage the learners to learn to ask and participate actively in the discussions between the instructors and the learners. Index Terms- e-learning systems comparison, e-learning in Asian countries, impacts of class sizes of e-learning systems, semi-interactive e-learning systems