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    • By Indika Rathninda
    • "You cant teach people everythingthey need to know. The best youcan do is position them where theycan find what they need to knowwhen they need to know it." Seymour Papert
    • • Elearning• E-learning• elearning• e-learning• Online learning• Web based learning• Distance learning• Technology based learning• Ubiquitous learning What is this stuff anyway?
    • What is e-learning?“E-learning” is the collective name for the design oflearning situations (formal and informal) usinginformation and communication technology(particularly Internet technology).E-learning is used in corporate training and ineducation.eLearning is the use of technology to enable people tolearn anytime and anywhere.
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere 2. Cost Effective 3. Global Reach 4. Just-in-Time Learning 5. Personalization 6. Collaboration and Interactivity
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere 2. Cost Effective
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere 2. Cost Effective 3. Global Reach 4. Just-in-Time Learning 5. Personalization 6. Collaboration and Interactivity
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere 2. Cost Effective 3. Global Reach 4. Just-in-Time Learning 5. Personalization 6. Collaboration and Interactivity
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere 2. Cost Effective 3. Global Reach 4. Just-in-Time Learning 5. Personalization 6. Collaboration and Interactivity
    • Six Winning Features of e-Learning 1. Anytime, anywhere 2. Cost Effective 3. Global Reach 4. Just-in-Time Learning 5. Personalization 6. Collaboration and Interactivity
    • 1990 2006 Technologies to 2009 WatchLearning History of e-Learning of e-learning Modern TrendsHistory of Distance What makes choose of e-Learning of e-Learning Future Technologies to Watch (landscape of e – learning)
    • 1990 2006 Technologies to 2009 WatchLearning History of e-Learning of e-learningHistory of Distance What makes choose Modern Trends of e-Learning of e-Learning Future Technologies to Watch (landscape of e – learning)
    • History of Distance Learning
    • 1728 : March 20, BostonGazette contains anadvertisement from Caleb Phillipps,"Teacher of the New Method ofShort Hand," advising that any"Persons in the Country desirous toLearn this Art, may by Having theSeveral Lessons sent weeklyto them, be as perfectly instructedas those that live in Boston.
    • 1800-1900 Postal services allow remote learners to be “connected” with a teacher
    • 1920s: Sidney Pressey, an educationalpsychology professor at Ohio State University, developsthe first "teaching machine." This device offered drill andpractice exercises, and multiplechoice questions.
    • radioThe advent ofand television,more methods of distancelearning became available.Teleconferencing, video andaudio tapes also becamemethods for distancelearning.
    • 1953 The University ofHouston offers the FirstTelevised Collegecredit classes via KUHT,the first public televisionstation in the US
    • History of e-Learninge-Learning emerges as the dot-com term for distance education
    • In the information society, learners requirerich learning environments supported bywell-designed resources.They expect flexible learningenvironments with good support services.
    • 1990-1999: The era of custom CBTe-Learning began ascomputer-based training (CBT),standalone CDROM training courses (andbefore them, videodisc courses)
    • Desktop-based multimedia authoring systemsVery slow to developVery expensiveHigh-level programming languages
    • 1997-1999: The rise of the Learning Management System (LMS)CMI - Computer-Managed Instruction systemCMS -Course Management SystemTMS-Training Management Systems new breed of Learning Management System - LMS
    • 1990 - In the history of virtuallearning environments, the1990s was a time of growth,primarily due to advent ofthe Internet.
    • From 1999: Everyone moves to the Web, or at least wants toWeb-based training helped to justify the cost of the intranet.Implementation of online LearningLearning could be taken “anywhere, anytime,” browserbased
    • Two golden questionsBefore 2006 2007 2008 2009+2010 2000 Where are we now? Wherere we going to?
    • Modern Trends of e-Learning
    • "Online learning is not thenext big thing, it is the nowbig thing." Donna J. Abernathy
    • Reasons why e-learning will continue togrow in further: OnlineOrganizations try students attempt companies try toto do cost saving to make better use of establish a reputationthrough e-learning their Time and for being Money eco-friendly —Matt Bovell, Vell Group, USA
    • Trend-01Mobiles & personaltechnology is increasingly beingviewed as a delivery platformMobile computing
    • 1 Cell Phone for every 2people on the planet 20067 Cell Phone for every personon the planet by 2009
    • Trend-02 Increasing expectations ofindividualized services, tools,experiences and open access to media knowledge information learning
    • Trend-03Dynamic knowledge creation andsocial computing tools &processes
    • How many of the total users access the application using their mobile device. 500 Million 190 Million 126 Million 590 Million 115 Million 60 Million 114 Million August 10
    • Trend-04 Collaboration is criticalacross the range of educationalactivities, inter and intra any size orscope
    • Trend-05 Boundaries are becoming more fluid and globalization increases Boundaries Time SpaceIncreasing of mind set of Personalteach student from china to Figior from any other place.
    • Trend-06 Information literacyshould not be considered agiven
    • e-learning 2.0 Trend-07 Growing use of Web. 2.0 and social networking- combined with collective intelligence and mass amateurization
    • Trend-08 Access to and portability of content– more powerful and smallerdevices Electronic book readers LG Electronics Voyage Apple iPhones
    • Trend-09 Collective intelligence: Today’s learners want to be active participants in the learning process – not mere listeners; they have aInspire each student to become an expert need to control their . environments, and they are usedin a small part of the subject and havethem share it with others to easy access to the staggering amount of content and knowledge available at their fingertipsTests cannot be the center-piece of learning.It can be one of the many (but not themajor) method of evaluation
    • Trend-10 Games as learning tools: MMOGs (Massively Multiplayer OnlineIncreased social interaction. Games)Active participation.Interaction being at the center of theexperience.current educational methods are notengaging students enough.
    • Trend-11 Visualization tools and visual literacy Bing Visual Search Engine SpezifyReverse search-You upload an image to them TinEye-Reverse search and they will search for similarities.
    • Trend-12 The gap between students perception of technology and faculty continues to widen Technologies remain a mystery to many on campusesunaware of tools like Google Docs and other toolsdifficulty integrating them into educational processes.
    • Trends of e-Learning Technologies to Watch
    • Technologies to WatchSocial computing tools
    • Technologies to WatchPersonalbroadcasting
    • Technologies to WatchUser Created Content Facebook’s friends Twitter’s followers Yahoo Answers
    • Technologies to WatchMobile Broadband Each year a new mobile phone is manufactured for every six people on the Planet. 2008 the iPhone out sold laptops 2009 the Blackberry Storm out sold the iPhone.
    • Technologies to WatchContext-awareenvironments & devicesRespond to Human voice Motion Subtle signals Devices and rooms
    • Technologies to WatchGeo-Everything Physical Coordinates Geo-tagging & Tracking Use for e-learning find the chat person
    • Technologies to WatchThe Personal Web Reorganize online content iGoogle AIM Dashboard Customize environment
    • Technologies to WatchAugmented reality &enhanced visualization AVATAR
    • Technologies to WatchCollective intelligence: mashups is an application that combines data from more than one source into a single integrated tool. (API Application Programming Interface) Examples: youMashTube Digg Flickrvision Google Maps Radioclouds
    • Watch News Videos on Google Maps Mapeas
    • Technologies to WatchCloud Computing Large scale data farms Large clusters of networked servers Power and storage cheap
    • Technologies to Watch Powered By YouSocial operating systemsThe essential ingredient of next generationsocial networking, social operating systems,is that they will base the organization of thenetwork around people, rather than aroundcontent.
    • Future of learning
    • PredictionsData VisualizationConvergence happens in Big Time(3G + Social Networking + Video + VoIP + Impressive Mobile Devices)More, Lower Cost Learning Solutions One laptop per child(OLPC) Free books on the internetIntellectual property rights in educationGovernment policies on ICTs in EducationELearning 3.0
    • Well, hmmm...• Internet is an HOME – not a tool.• Mind is SOCIAL(networked) and DISTIBUTED – not individual.• Life Long Learning is impossible without the web: Face-to- Face learning is for 5-7% (max) of the people (it is expensive!).• Times changing is – very fast for technology – very slow for culture and social systems
    • Referenceshttp://www.internettime.com/Learning/articles/DNA.pdfhttp://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2008/04/free-learning-tool-for-every-learning.htmlhttp://www.slideshare.net/kiranb/elearning-21st-century-perspectives-on-teaching-learning-and-technologyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_virtual_learning_environmentshttp://compassioninpolitics.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/top-future-trends-in-e-learning-and-educational-technology/http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2007/03/elearning-trends.htmlhttp://www.e-learning.nl/subpage.aspx?l1=4&l2=54http://compassioninpolitics.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/top-future-trends-in-e-learning-and-educational-technology/http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2006/http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2007/http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2008/http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2009/http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2010/http://www.internettime.com/Learning/articles/DNA.pdfhttp://www.elearning-africa.com/programme_themes.phphttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MLearning
    • Thank you !