e-LEARNING        JANGID M.L.
DEFINATION E-LEARNING       The delivery of a learning, training or education program by electronic means. E-learning invo...
Parts of e-Learning    Computer    Internet    Intranet    Satellite TV    Smart TV    Interactive TV    DVD    CD    A/V ...
Historical development   • 1960: Patrick Suppes & R.C. Atkinson of Stanford     Uni. ;computer used in Maths teaching & re...
India & e-Learning    • 1990: National Task Force on Information Technology      & Software Development (NTFITSD)    • 199...
Approaches of e-Learning   1. Traditional e-Learning           highly produced web courses   2. Rapid e-Learning          ...
Advantages  Self Paced  Less Expensive  Faster  At Any Time  Every Where  Multimedia  Updated  Resource persons  Resources...
Tools                    Browsers : Fire fox, Google                    Crome,Opera                    Macromedia Flash   ...
Resources   • Wikipedia.com   • Howstuffworks.com   • Parth Pratim Roy,"Web Based E-learning in     India : The Cumulative...
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  1. 1. e-LEARNING JANGID M.L.
  2. 2. DEFINATION E-LEARNING The delivery of a learning, training or education program by electronic means. E-learning involves the use of a computer or electronic device (e.g. a mobile phone) in some way to provide training, educational or learning material. Web Based Learning (WBL), Internet Based Learning(IBL), Web Based Training(WBT), Virtual Eduacation, On-Line Learning(OLL) etc E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 2
  3. 3. Parts of e-Learning Computer Internet Intranet Satellite TV Smart TV Interactive TV DVD CD A/V tape Smart phone Tablet Net book E-Book Reader etc E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 3
  4. 4. Historical development • 1960: Patrick Suppes & R.C. Atkinson of Stanford Uni. ;computer used in Maths teaching & reading for elementary level. • 1993: Willium D. Graziadei used e-mail for lecture,tutorials & evaluation. • 1970-80: Murray Turoff & Starr RoxannHiltz of New Jersey institute of Tech, Canada worked on e- Leaning.On-Line distance education courses setup by Open University & Uni. of British Columbia. • Virtual classroom ( Live On-Line Lectures)concept developed & use by Minnesota state Collages & University & sachem school. E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 4
  5. 5. India & e-Learning • 1990: National Task Force on Information Technology & Software Development (NTFITSD) • 1991: IGNOU used as Virtual Campus • 1996: Natvarsity by NIIT • 1999: National Programme on Technological Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) By 7-IIT & IIS ;FUNDED BY MHRD • GURUKULONLINE.COM : 120 courses • PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVARSITY & Other uni. E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 5
  6. 6. Approaches of e-Learning 1. Traditional e-Learning highly produced web courses 2. Rapid e-Learning quickly produced web cources • Asynchronous - student directed & self Paced learning • Synchronous - Virtual / real / On-Line Learning E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 6
  7. 7. Advantages Self Paced Less Expensive Faster At Any Time Every Where Multimedia Updated Resource persons Resources Globel schools without Walls Ineresting etc. E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 7
  8. 8. Tools Browsers : Fire fox, Google Crome,Opera Macromedia Flash adobe flash Player Gmail Skype Blogger etc. E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 8
  9. 9. Resources • Wikipedia.com • Howstuffworks.com • Parth Pratim Roy,"Web Based E-learning in India : The Cumulative Views of difference aspects"  Thanks ! E-LEARNING . JANGIDML 9
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