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e-learning & education system
e-learning &education system DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCESUBMMITED BY:SUMIT KUSHWAHEnroll.(0108CS131054)ALBEL SINGH BHARGAVEnroll.(0108CS131005)VIVIDH SHUKLAEnroll.(0108CS131059)SUBMITTED TO:MR. GAGAN SIRMS.RITU SHUKLA MEM
What is e-learning? eLearning is learning utilizing electronic technologies to access educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. In most cases, it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online.
e-learning defined If someone is learning in a way that uses information and communications technologies (ICTs), they are using e-learninge-Learning is a broader concept [than online learning], encompassing a wide set of applications and processes which use all available electronic media to deliver vocational education and training more flexiblythe general intent to support a broad range of electronic media (internet, intranets, extranets, satellite broadcast, audio/video tape, interactive TV and CD-ROM) to make vocational learning more flexible for clients
Meaning of e-learning There are two great equalisers in life - the internet and education. By combining the two, e-learning will be the great equaliser in the next century. By eliminating barriers of time, distance, and socio-economic status, individuals can now take charge of their own lifelong learning.
For more info. Visit www.eLearningNC.gov e-learning defined There are many terms used to describe learning that is delivered online, via the internet, ranging from Distance Education, to computerized electronic learning, online learning, internet learning and many others. We define eLearning as courses that are specifically delivered via the internet to somewhere other than the classroom where the professor is teaching. It is not a course delivered via a DVD or CD-ROM, video tape or over a television channel. It is interactive in that you can also communicate with your teachers, professors or other students in your class. Sometimes it is delivered live, where you can electronically raise your hand and interact in real time and sometimes it is a lecture that has been prerecorded. There is always a teacher or professor interacting /communicating with you and grading your participation, your assignments and your tests. eLearning has been proven to be a successful method of training and education is becoming a way of life for many citizens in North Carolina.
POPULAR MYTHS ABOUT e-LEARNING
e-learning saves money. e-learning for anyone, anywhere, any time. e-learning is what net generation wants. e-learning replaces face-to-face learning. e-learning can replace teachers. e-learning is about speed. e-learning is about flexibility. e-learning is about multitasking. e-learning is facilitated, not taught.Education trendsPast Education TrendDelivery of lecture using chalk and blackboard.Researches based upon published materials. E.g. newspaper article, research paper, books, etc.Formation of group for combine studies.Education focused more on theory, less practical. Needed extensive time to do researches.Growing trend of education for better future.Computers and internet as new invention.
Current EducationDelivery of lectures on powerpoints; less use of whiteboards.Internet used for sharing lectures and materials. Less time on research. E.g. Wikipedia as a digital library Effective use of new innovation(laptops for PowerPoint, sound system for audio delivery, etc.)Social medias like msn, facebook, myspace used for forming educational groups.Availability of online course ultimately reducing time.Colleges are famous for providing practical education.
Future Education TrendsThere will be increase in online courses.Teachers will deliver soft skills rather than academic/technical expertise. All future courses might have internship and co-op.Computer courses might be a compulsory course in high school.Courses might be 80 % practical and 20% theory .Social medias like YouTube, blogging, FaceBook, etc. might be alternate way for delivering lectures.Both teachers and students would work on new technologies.
Facts & FiguresAsia will be the next biggest E-learning market as its estimated an annual growth rate of 17.3% in next five years, the highest rate in the world72% of companies in the US reported the E-learning keeps them on top of their industry changes.Over 77% of corporations in the US use E-learning as training process.The US and Europe account for over 70% of theglobal eLearning industry. More than 41% of global Fortune 500 companies now are using E-learning to train and instruct employees
Facts & Figures. 4,600,00 college students are currently taking at least one of their classes online and by 2015 this number will increase to 18,650,000. By 2019, half of ALL classes will be done online
Facts & Figures. 4,600,00 college students are currently taking at least one of their classes online and by 2015 this number will increase to 18,650,000. By 2019, half of ALL classes will be done online A study by IBM shows that companies who use E-learning have the potential to increase productivity by up to 50%.
Facts & Figures. 4,600,00 college students are currently taking at least one of their classes online and by 2015 this number will increase to 18,650,000. By 2019, half of ALL classes will be done online A study by IBM shows that companies who use E-learning have the potential to increase productivity by up to 50%. E-learning classes can save averagely 25% to 60% of time duration than traditional classes.
Facts & Figures. 4,600,00 college students are currently taking at least one of their classes online and by 2015 this number will increase to 18,650,000. By 2019, half of ALL classes will be done online A study by IBM shows that companies who use E-learning have the potential to increase productivity by up to 50%. E-learning classes can save averagely 25% to 60% of time duration than traditional classes.E-learning is one of the fastest growing businesses in the world today, and it is likely to double in size before 2016.
E-Learning:Advantages & Disadvantages Advantages E-learning is more cost saving & cost effective than traditional learning;
Comparison of Relative Costs
2/5/2015MH KAVEH23Relative costsYearsComparison of Relative Costs
2/5/2015MH KAVEH24Relative costsYearsAdvantages of e-LearningFlexibilityE-learning has the advantage of taking class anytime anywhere.E-learning delivers teaching material and learning activities in a flexible format.Potential to develop tailored personalised learning resources (the adaptive curriculum).More efficient training of a globally dispersed audience, by e-learning.
Advantages of e-LearningE-learning encourages students to take personal responsibility for their own learning.Helps students develop skills for self-directed learning.When learners succeed, it builds self-knowledge and self-confidence in them. Developing skills and confidence in handling difficult tasks and problem solving
Advantages of e-LearningExpert knowledge is communicated, but more importantly captured, with good e-learning and knowledge management systems. Access by learners to teachers and resources, worldwideAiding equal opportunitiesImmediate access to information2/5/2015MH KAVEH2727DisadvantagesTechnology issues of the learners TechnophobiaUnavailability of required technologies.Limited access to a computer as well as the Internet. Required computer skills especially for beginners; For beginners, it has been reported that confronting computer technology was more stressful and consumed more time at the beginning of a course.
Technophobia is the fear or dislike of advanced technology or complex devices, especially computers. Although there are numerous interpretations of technophobia, they seem to become more complex as technology continues to evolve.
DisadvantagesFeeling isolated and missing social contactFeeling that they communicate largely with a machine rather than other human beingsPossible inadequate opportunity to discuss and interact with teachers
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