E-learning Texas A&M

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E-learning Texas A&M

  1. 1. • What is E-learning? • Methods of E-learning • Levels of E-learning • E-learning in Adult Education • Technology and E-learning • Benefits and Challenges
  2. 2. • Screencasts • E-Portfolios • Web-based teaching materials • Hypermedia • Multimedia CD-ROMs • Web sites • Web 2.0 communities • Discussion boards • Collaborative software • Bookmark sharing • Online Office suites • E-mail • Blogs • Wikis • Text chat • Computer aided assessment • Animation • Simulations • Games • Video Sharing • Presentation Sharing • Social Networking Some of the Technologies used in eLearning include Most eLearning situations use a combination of the above techniques.
  3. 3. • Distance Learning • Blended Learning – collaboration with face-to face learning • E-learning in Higher Education – College courses – Virtual Learning Environment
  4. 4. • Computer Based Learning – Asynchronous and Synchronous – Hands on Applications • Online Learning - Web based training – Interactive Methods – Self-paced • Distance Learning • Mobile Technologies
  5. 5. • Knowledge Databases – Basic form of E-learning – Moderately interactive • Online Support – Similar to knowledge databases – Slightly more interactive • Asynchronous Training – Self-paced learning – Instructor based or self contained • Synchronous Training – Live Instructor – Synchronized
  6. 6. • Communication technologies – Asynchronous – Synchronous – Virtual Classrooms • Computer aided assessments • E-learning Advancements with Technology
  7. 7. • Flexibility • Reduced Cost • Communication • Self- Paced • Interactive • Updated with Ease • Manageable with large groups
  8. 8. • Lack of face-to-face interaction • Feeling of isolation • Lag times in E-learning • Boring Text-based Courses
  9. 9. • Instructional Design • Social Constructivist • Laurillard's Conversational Model • Cognitive Perspective • Emotional Perspective • Behavioral Perspective • Contextual Perspective
  10. 10. • What is E-learning? • Technology & E-learning • E-learning in Adult Education • Methods and Levels of E-learning • Benefits and Challenges of E-learning • Pedagogical Elements
  11. 11. Angelica G Covarrubias TAMUC – Graduate Student – Global E-learning

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