Document Type : Original Research Article
1 Department of Computer Science, Rivers State University of Education, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
2 Department of Computer Science, Ogun State University of Education, Ijebu Ode, Nigeria
Electronic learning has changed the conventional pattern of studying in the universities for some decades back, especially in developing countries. Its innovative nature of instructional delivery tends to provide blended learning with the inculcation of multimedia in teaching pedagogy. The existence of virtual education in many e-learning systems had undermined students’ responsibility at tertiary level to plan, control and reflect the learning process. In this paper, an e-learning system was developed with guidance and adaptation support. The functional scope of the developed system is ‘learner-led’ which allows lecturers and students whom are geographically dispersed to leverage on time and space in higher education. Learning experiences are being delivered through web pages hosted on web server and accessible to students synchronously through internet enabled device with web browser for self-paced study.