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  • Be Ready for the Future: Where is e-learning heading ? (we don’t mean North-West Side or South-East Side ) By Bhavya Pramila Its un-conference Guys. Therefore we r little un-organized
  • Everything starts with an Introduction, so will we … Time ( Years ) Progress Past Future Present
  • Lets define e-leaning in our own words . Lets look at some numbers   Is a type of Technology supported education/learning (TSL) where the medium of instruction is computer technology. In some instances, no in-person interaction takes place. e-learning industry is estimated to be worth over 38 billion Euros By 2006, nearly 3.5 million students were participating in on-line learning at institutions of higher education in the US
  • What is it ? Have u used it
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Online Communities
    • Podcasts
    • Aggregators
    • Social Sharing
    • Social Networking
    • Micro Blogging
    • Enablers of e-learning
    • Blackboard
    • Atutor
    • Moodle
    • Claroline
    • Desire2learn
    • OLAT
    Google Apps Education Edition Microsoft Education
  • I’ m NOT Technical I work with teachers, lecturers & Trainers I help them achieve great learning with the help of technology
  • Blogs
    • Shortened term for ‘Weblog’
    • Easily publish to the Web
    • A personal website – or a group
    • Group blog for sharing ideas
    • Collaborative essays and reports
    • Edited by anyone with access
    • Plan & manage a project
    • An online space for like-minded groups to come together
    • Group sharing of resources & ideas
  • Podcasts
    • 21 st century version of a ‘walkman’
    • An audio & video broadcast you can download & listen to on your computer or MP3 player
    • Content important for you delivered to you
    • Before : You used to search for information
    • Today : Importation comes to you
    • A way to manage the collection and organization of information from the Internet
    • Bookmarking tool
    • Used for organizing and sharing
    • A way to manage the collection and organization of information from the Internet
  • What Trainers are using ?
    • Web Conferencing
    • Wikis
    • Blogs
    • Video Conferencing
    • Podcasts
    • Phone Conferencing
    • Video Streaming
    • RSS feeds
    • Flickr
    • You Tube
    • Skype
    • SMS
    63.6 % 62.6 % 54.6 % 52.4 % 26.2 % 45.9 % 36.4 % 32.8 % 18.2 % 31.8 % 18.8 % 16.9 %
  • E-learning Case Studies
    • E-learning at MIT
    • HST(Health Science and Technology) e-learning portal, This is an alliance between MIT and Microsoft Research, iCampus strives to enhance through Information Technology.
    • Check out their e-learning portal at http://hstelearning.mit.edu/
    • E-learning at TCS
    • The TCS portal offers you time tested knowledge and experience of skilled professionals coupled with the communicative powers of technology. 
    • Check out their e-learning portal at http://elearning.tvm.tcs.co.in/
    • University of Delhi
    • They have created their e-learning portal for knowledge environment for web based learning
    • Check out their e-learning portal at http://e-learn.du.ac.in
  • Why is E-Learning cool ?
    • Rich Learning Environment
    • Any were and every where
    • Interaction and exchange of ideas
    • More environment friendly
    • Rid of physical, political, and economic boundaries
    • Decreases the cost of higher education.
    • Naturally suited to distance learning and flexible learning
  • Let take a break
  • In the end everyone concludes. Let us also do it