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  1. 1. DIGITAL LIBRARY ANDONLINE EDUCATION
  2. 2. DIGITAL LIBRARY
  3. 3. DIGITAL LIBRARY  is a library in which collections are stored in digital formats (as opposed to print, microform, or other media) and accessible by computers  The digital content may be stored locally, or accessed remotely via computer networks.  A digital library is a type of information retrieval system.
  4. 4. DIGITAL LIBRARY  A digital library is a collection of documents in organized electronic form, available on the Internet or on CD-ROM (compact-disk read-only memory) disks. Depending on the specific library, a user may be able to access magazine articles, books, papers, images, sound files, and videos.
  5. 5. DIGITAL LIBRARY On the Internet, the use of a digital library is enhanced by abroadband connection such as cable modem or DSL. Dial-up connections can be used to access plain-text documentsand some documents containing images, but for complex filesand those with animated video content, a downstream dataspeed of at least several hundred kilobits per second ( Kbps ) canmake the users experience less tedious, as well as moreinformative. Internet-based digital libraries can be updated on a daily basis. This is one of the greatest assets of this emerging technology.
  6. 6. DIGITAL LIBRARYOn CD-ROM, the amount of data is limited to severalhundred megabytes ( MB ) per disk, but access is generallymuch faster than on an Internet connection. Several CD-ROMs can be combined in a set, and becausethe disks are small, a large library can be accommodatedin a reasonable physical space.The main limitation of CD-ROM is the fact that updatingcannot be done as frequently as on the Internet. In addition, producing and distributing CD-ROMsinvolves overhead costs that are largely nonexistent inInternet-based libraries.
  7. 7. DIGITAL LIBRARY Converting classic books to electronic format fordistribution on the Internet.Some files can be viewed directly in HTML format; otherscan be downloaded in PDF format and printed.Some publishers keep electronic files of books and producethem one unit at a time in printed and bound form ondemand.
  8. 8. DIGITAL LIBRARY Electronic distribution of intellectual and artisticproperty has authors, agents, and publishers concernedabout the possibility of copyright infringement. It is much easier to copy a CD-ROM, or to download anelectronic book and make unauthorized copies of it, than itis to reproduce bound volumes and distribute themillegitimately. Fundamental changes in copyright law - and/or changesin the way in which the laws are enforced - are likely tooccur as digital libraries expand and their use becomesmore widespread.
  9. 9. DIGITAL LIBRARY The first use of the term digital library in print may havebeen in a 1988 report to the Corporation for NationalResearch Initiatives The term digital libraries was firstpopularized by the NSF/DARPA/NASA Digital LibrariesInitiative in 1994.These draw heavily on As We May Think by VannevarBush in 1945, which set out a vision not in terms oftechnology, but user experience.The term virtual library was initially usedinterchangeably with digital library, but is now primarilyused for libraries that are virtual in other senses (such aslibraries which aggregate distributed content).
  10. 10. ONLINE EDUCATION or E LEARNING
  11. 11.  Online education, also known as distance learningor e-learning, differs from traditional educationbecause students are not required to visit an actualclassroom and listen to an instructor face-to-face. Its "engaging in assisted, self-directed learning."
  12. 12.  Online learning, also known as e-learning, is alearning experience delivered via a computer and theInternet.Course work is conducted through electronicforums, discussion groups, externalresources, quizzes, social rooms, and onlinesubmitted assignments.Learning activities also include pairwork, smallgroup work and project work and throughout thecourse you have the guidance of one of ourprofessional online tutors.
  13. 13.  these are programs or courses that are uses theInternet in the discussion and requirements of thecourse, submission of students’ work and the use ofsupport services like the use of librarydatabases, enrollment and registration. As this is asimple chronological research, the paper will only focuson
  14. 14. Online learning can be touted as an alternativedelivery of education.It is a type of teaching practice that upholds theconcept of “anytime, anywhere” kind of learning.With this, online learning is easily accessible tothe student and the teacher where they canexchange notes, ideas and research related to thecourse with each other
  15. 15. E LEARNING
  16. 16.  includes all forms of electronically supported learningand teaching, and more recently Ed tech.The information and communicationsystems, whether networked learning or not, serve asspecific media to implement the learning process.The term will still most likely be utilized to referenceout-of-classroom and in-classroom educationalexperiences via technology, even as advancescontinue in regard to devices and curriculum.
  17. 17.  E-learning is the computer and network-enabled transferof skills and knowledge. E-learning applications and processes include Web-basedlearning, computer-based learning, virtual educationopportunities and digital collaboration.Content is delivered via the Internet, intranet/extranet,audio or video tape, satellite TV, and CD-ROM. It can be self-paced or instructor-led and includes mediain the form of text, image, animation, streaming video andaudio.
  18. 18. PRESENTED BY:MARY JESETTE E. PEÑAOJAS BLIS-III PRESENTED TO:MS. GERALDINE G. MALLO (INSTRUCTOR)

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