Educational institutions are attracted towards use of ICT that provides them with more flexibility and options to reach the students in various ways. Judicious mix of different tools and strategies with use of ICT can enhance the learning experiences of the students. ICT has the potential to transform the way teaching and learning happens in the classroom setting. So much is known about use of ICT in education. However, there is no study available in the context of Commonwealth Asian countries on eLearning. How is eLearning doing and whether the institutions, teachers and students are really interested in and beneficiary of eLearning? How are different activities pertaining to eLearning being managed by different institutions? What are the challenges and opportunities faced by institutions for effective implementation of eLearning across disciplines and subjects? To find answers to all such questions, a systematic study was undertaken to track the growth and development of eLearning in Commonwealth Asian countries i.e. Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Singapore and Sri Lanka.
Report available at http://cemca.org.in/publicationhome/elearning-commonwealth-asia-2013-sk-pulist