NACE - E-Learning

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NACE - E-Learning

  1. 1. THE COMPUTER: AN INDISPENSABLE MILLENNIUM TOOL E-LEARNING APPLICATIONS Favour Biodun Inyere Programme Officer Distant Learning Programme University of Nigeria
  2. 2. The First Grader Introduction Definition Concept Applications UNN Model
  3. 3.  So many people attended multiprimary/secondary education, as a result of translocation, which can be virtualised by elearning.  As educators, we have to ‘unlearn’ what we were taught by transforming the information into a technologically viable application to remain relevant in this information technology era.
  4. 4.  E-learning is any electronically transferred knowledge, which deals with learning by proxy. It is taking education to the people, as at when due. It deciphers the fact that people IBT had to go to school to learn, but makes it possible for people to ‘school’, irrespective of open learning the means of acquiring knowledge.  E-learning refers to the use of electronic Collaborative media and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education learning WBT CAI CBT c-learning Distance learning
  5. 5. E-learning has made the Pedagogue’s didactics an ad infinitum by eliminating the frontier of conventional space and time. E-learning eliminates age difference and complexes in class, as qualification is the basic requirement. e.g. In c-learning, the classroom is real, but in e-learning, the classroom is virtual.
  6. 6. ICT has made education, which was once an opulent prerogative; now ubiquitously inter alia/alios. Olat Moodle eFront ATutor Openelms BlackBoard Claroline Dokeos Fedena Sakai Illias WebWork
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