International Literacy Day : Elearning Trends

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This slide was presented on 2nd preparatory meeting of International Literacy Day 2013. This slide shows the effective way to increase the literacy in every where is e-Learning.
In this slide i try to figure out the terms and the history of development.
I also show the new trends of e-learning and the factor that make it enlarged.
I have also mention about the possible future way of elearning.

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International Literacy Day : Elearning Trends

  1. 1. 2ndPreparatory Meeting on International Literacy DayTrend of elearningPrakash NeupaneSmart Samajnprkshn@gmail.comwww.prakashneupane.com.np
  2. 2. Very popular termsTechnology Based LearningElearning elearningE-LearningVirtual LearningOnline Learning Distance LearningUbiquitous Learning Web based LearningTechnology-enhanced learning
  3. 3. What Wikipedia Says?E­learning refers to the use of electronic media and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education
  4. 4. Features of e-Learning– Anytime Anywhere– Cost Effective – Border Less (Global Reach)– Personalization (Customizable)– Interactivity and Collaboration – When ever you need(Just in Time Learning)
  5. 5. History– 1728 : Art– 1800-1900 : Postal– 1920 : First Teaching Machine– 1953 : First Televised College– 1990-1999 : CBT– 1997-1999 : LMS– 1999 ++ : web based
  6. 6. Why elearning is growing further
  7. 7. TrendsMobileComputing
  8. 8. Trends..SocialComputing
  9. 9. Trends...OpenContentWeb 2.0
  10. 10. Trends...Games
  11. 11. Trends...OpenContent
  12. 12. ImpactOpenContentChildren are going smarter
  13. 13. FutureElearning 3.0Governance Policy in ICT in EducationLower CostMore impressive, interactive learning worldOpen content
  14. 14. Open Content“A piece of data or content is open if anyone is free to use,reuse, and redistribute it — subject only, at most, to therequirement to attribute and/or share-alike.”- opendefinition.org
  15. 15. Referencehttp://www.slideshare.net/indikarathninda/modern-trends-in-e-learning-final

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