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E learning and Lms

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E learning and Lms

  1. 1. BY: CHANUMOLU SWETHA KIRANMAIE TANUJA ARVINDAR SINGH CHOUDHARY
  2. 2. What is E-LEARNING...?  OBJECTIVES of E-LEARNING.  THE PUSH FOR E-LEARNING.  SWORT ANALYSIS.  DELIVERY METHODS OF E-LEARNING.  E-LEARNING TOOLS.  LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.  APPLICATION OF E-LEARNING.  OPEN SOURCE OF E-LEARNING.  E-LEARNING COMPANIES IN INDIA.  EXAMPLES OF E-LEARNING.  CONCLUSION. 
  3. 3. •The letter E in Elearning stands for the word ELECTRONIC. •E-learning is internetenabled learning •It is a store house of education, information, communication, training, knowledge and performance management.
  4. 4.  To increase access to learning opportunity and flexibility.  To enhance general quality.  To develop skills and competencies.  To meet the learning styles/needs.  To increase cost effectiveness.
  5. 5. FINANCIAL:  Cost effective.  Saves staff time  Reduces staffing requirements. POLITICAL:  Income generation.  Competition. EDUCATIONAL:  Enhances quality.  Motivates students.  Meets/raises students expectations.  Facilitates small group teaching.  E-learning is inherently pedagogically sound.
  6. 6. STRENGTHS      Ability to offer education to large numbers of students from distant locations. Lower costs (travel, instructor fees). Shorter courses mean less time commitment necessary from corporate students. Lower cost means education is more accessible to people with limited financial resources. Use best instructors making best courses available to all. WEAKNESSES Large commitment to technology needed from universities, corporations offering e-learning courses.  Lack of face-to-face contact with students.  Current technology does not support low-cost, high-bandwidth, synchronous studentteacher interaction. 
  7. 7. OPPORTUNITIES Ability to reach the world instantaneously with the latest news and technologies.  Ability to train sales force and employees about product advancements.  Access to courses from a variety of universities.  Decrease long-term education expenses by shifting learning programs to the Web.  THREATS Lack of student interest.  Equipment and technology requirements restrict adoption of e-learning.  Lack of human interaction deters the learning process.  Most corporate instructorled courses last 4-5 days, comprehensive coverage of some topics could be lost in a shorter e-course. 
  8. 8.  SYNCHRONOUS LEARNING  ASYNCHRONOUS LEARNING  INSTRUCTOR-LED GROUP  SELF STUDY WITH SUBJECT EXPERT  WEB-BASED:BLOG-WIKIS-FORUMS  COMPUTER BASED  VIDEO/AUDIO STREAMING
  9. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. SCOPE OF EMAIL. AUDIO CHAT. ONLINE FORUM. WEB. VIDEO CONFERENCE. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
  10. 10.  Management of content.  Uploading assignment, quizzes, lessons, handouts.  Tracking students.  Administrative features.  Integration with various tools such as chat, forum, e-mail, etc.  Reporting.
  11. 11.  As media of learning.  As process of learning.
  12. 12.  Open source refers to a program in which the source code is available to the general public for use and modification from its original and redistribution. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE- 1) e front. 2) moodle. 3) Dokeos. 4) claroline 5) olat
  13. 13.  G-CUBE SOLUTIONS  NIIT  ZEUS LEARNING  ENYOTA LEARNING  THE BOSTON GROUP  WEBANY WHERE  TATA INTERACTIVE SYSTEM  GENPACT
  14. 14.  E-LEARNING offers opportunity to raise educational standards in schools, colleges, offices etc.  Large range of tools are available for teaching and learning.

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