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  • 1. U-LEARNING: MODULE BASED NEW TECHNIQUES INEDUCATIONAL SCENARIO AUTHER: UBALE AMOL BABAN SANT DNYANESHWAR SHIKSHANSHASTRA MA HAVIDHYALAYA, KONDHAPURIINTRODUCTION: “Technology is ruled by two types of people: those who manage whatthey do not understand, and those who understand what they do notmanage.” -Mike Trout Education has undergone major changes in recent year, with thedevelopment of digital technology. The main aim of education is to bring about theall-round development of the personality of the child. The all round developmentmeans 1.Indivisual Growth 2. Social Development. In that situation Technologyplays a vital role in enhancing the education system. Now days the teaching strategies also change in day to day life ofeducation .The content we teach changes regularly as new innovations and theknowledge shapes the future but today we use become more and moreoutdated method in teaching. Due to that, we can’t reach the studentsthinking capacity that’s why lot of difficulty creating in the classroom. U-learning is the one of the best techniques in the new educational scenario.Whenever learners faces difficulty regarding his own content that time U-
  • 2. learning is a vital role in Education. Today the process of globalization manyexperiments are carried out education also. To make education as a societyoriented, It is need to time that “stages of take off “ comes in the wholeeducation system.Nowdays the U –learning marks another great step.DEFINATION:U-LEARNING: Here U means Ubiquitous (Continuous) and the process of Ubiquitouslearning environment is any setting in which student can become totally immersedin the learning process. “Ubiquitous learning (U-learning) utilizes smart devices to provide people theright information at the right time in the right way – it’s anytime, anywhere(literally), anyway. I like to think of it as the collaborative, informal convergenceof e-learning and m-learning (mobile learning).It’s “wearable” learning with asocial aspect that embeds learning in our work and/or life.”U-learning means ‘Everywhere Learning’ Various devicesplug in and retrieves theinformation in the appropriates format .It fulfills E-learning’s promise of Anytime,Anywhere, and any Context.U-LEARNING MODULE: U-learning Module we have making by much more capabilityto usefulness for Teacher and Student. This module presents an Input,Authentication, Distribution, Monitoring, Gathering,Grading and Inquiring phase to develop an inspecting and participatingtechnology in a U-learning environment. This module is seek for the technology offace-to-face contact between the teacher and students  INPUT DEVICES:
  • 3. In input phase, there are two types of screen which have been identifieddepending on the user. If you have already taken the Self-Test and wish to viewyour answers, via E-mail address.  AUTHENTICATION WINDOWAuthentication was given by enrolled students received a student name andpassword. Providing a login and a password identify each student. Student givenfeedback automatically collated and processed via Java- scripts that reside on theULE server. This Module prepares allowing access to the student learningenvironment by authorized students only. It has been applied to attendance checkby teacher. LOGIN U-LEARNING BASED MODULE TEACHER STUDENT ID –PASSWORD SCREEN TEACHER STUDENT MAIN MENU ON SCREEN INPUT WINDOW GATERING SEARCH WINDOW WINDOW AUTHENTICATION WINDOW GRADING ANSWER WINDOW WINDOW DISTRIBUTION INQUIRY INQUIRY WINDOW WINDOW WINDOW MONITORING WINDOW
  • 4.  DISTRIBUTION WINDOWIn test session, this module has an object with various information for eachlearning session and it also supports multicasting with this information.  MONITORING WINDOWStudent activity through Audio/Video, It is also controls the learning sessionstarts, terminates, joins and invites. After the learning or test is activated, questionsand answers are done interactively in the learning session and learning can betaken either an Online or an oral. And the feedback much more useful becameinteraction between the student and the teacher.  GATERING WINDOWIn this Module given student responses automatically calculated. Test papers areencrypted to prevent illegal access. The list of valid response/invalid response isstored in a database on the ULE server. Each response has pointers to both theunfilled and completed learning. If the response entered by a student is valid, theunfilled learning is presented to the student.  GRADING WINDOWIn this Module concentrates on outputs of learning; grades, attrition rates, andlevels of student satisfaction. In hybrid mode, grade is immediately presented withhis or her score, a brief explanation of the answers, and a link to the place in thecourse where that topic was covered.  INQUIRING WINDOWIn this Module grade is stored in a database to show student progress andachievement degree. Teachers learn to use the toolbar to connect to the Internet
  • 5. from within Excel. Student can always inquire a Subject grade that presented agraph.FEATURES OF UBIQUITOUS LEARNING: The main characteristics of ubiquitous learning are (Chen et al.,2002; Curtis et al., 2002): 1. Permanency: Learners can never lose their work unless it is purposefully deleted. In addition, all the learning processes are recorded continuously in everyday. 2. Accessibility: Learners have access to their documents, data, or videos from anywhere. That information is provided based on their requests. Therefore, the learning involved is self-directed. 3. Immediacy: Wherever learners are, they can get any information 4. Immediately. Therefore learners can solve problems quickly. Otherwise, the learner may record the questions and look for the answer later. 5. Interactivity: Learners can interact with experts, teachers, or peers in the form of synchronies or asynchronous communication. Hence, the experts are more reachable and the knowledge is more available. 6. Situating of instructional activities: The learning could be embedded in our daily life. The problems encountered as well as the knowledge required are all presented in the nature and authentic forms. It helps learners notice the features of problem situations that make particular actions relevant.
  • 6. 7. Adaptability: Learners can get the right information at the right place with the right way.By looking at the features of ubiquitous learning, it’s easier to understand whymany consider mobile education to be a form ubiquitous learning.BENEFITS OF U-LEARNING:1. ANYWHERE LEARNING: Student can access the learning programmee at the anytime,anywhere, and any place .2. INDIVISUAL BASED LEARNING: Through this Module student learn up to twice as much in halfthe time that they would in classroom teaching.3. WE FEELING LEARNING: Course is based on software driven and each student receives samehigh quality content.4. YEARLY LEARNING: U-learning will learn anytime 24 per hours ,7 days per week,and 365days in year.5. COLLABORATION LEARNING: Electronic messages created new opportunity for group to workedtogether ,creating shared electronic conversation that can be thoughtful and morepermanent than voice conversation.REFERENCES:
  • 7. nternational Journal ofAdvanced Science and TechnologyVolume 13, December, 2009 83