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  • ESP: Impact of Technology in the Teaching-Learning Process S. Senthil Kumar Amrita University Coimbatore senthil.elt@gmail.com Mobile: 9894028783
  • SHIFTIndustrial Age Knowledge Age LEARNERS – New Millennium Technocrats TEACHERS – 21st Century Knowledge Workers
  • Bill Gates: Online LearningOptimization of the best resources available inthe Internet.“We should focus on having at least one greatcourse online for each subject rather than lots ofmediocre courses.” View slide
  • Pioneers in sharing intellectual and professionalresources to the world:Open Course Ware (OCW) – MITOpen Learning Initiative (OLI) – Carnegie MellonUniversity View slide
  • Repository of Knowledge Resources www.academicearth.orghttp://www.khanacademy.org/
  • In the same lines of Open Course Ware (OCW)resources of MIT, In India, National Programmeon Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL). http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/ 611 institutions using NPTEL courses as of July 23, 2012.
  • A-VIEW (Amrita Virtual Interactivee-Learning World)•multimodal, multimedia e-learning platform•any institution of higher education can use A-VIEW free of charge www.aview.in
  • A-VIEW on AakashThe Aakash tablet was developedas part of the countrys aim to link25,000 colleges and 400 universitiesin an e-learning platform.
  • Questionnaire Survey through Survey MonkeyRespondents were all B.Tech. pre-finalyear students of Amrita School ofEngineering.
  • Survey – Three PartsRespondents’ Attitude towards TechnologyTechnology Preferred in ESP by the learnersEffect of Technology on Learners and theirLearning Style
  • Analysis of the findings - the new millenniumlearners are strongly inclined towards blendingtechnology into the ESP teaching learningprocessInference - Teachers of ESP in engineeringcolleges have to be aware of the emergingtrends in the fields of learning theory, teachingmethodology, and educational technology
  • Appropriate PedagogyLEARNER-AUTONOMY-BASED CONSTRUCTIVIST PEDAGOGYIn short, what is needed is a pedagogythat supports interaction, reflection,experimentation, & active participationusing technology that is available andaffordable.
  • Thank you For Queries: senthil.elt@gmail.com