A Review Study on E-Learning for the Empowerment of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

V.Karamchand Gandhi


The convergence of the Internet and learning, or Internet-enabled learning, the use of network technologies to create, faster, deliver, and facilitate learning, anytime and anywhere and the delivery of individualized, comprehensive, dynamic learning content in real time, aiding the development of communities of knowledge, linking learners and practitioners with experts. These are the fundamental definitions of e-learning. With good design and delivery, e-learning does all these things. But, at its heart, it is, simply, learning. E-Learning has to keep the people it's designed for in mind. How do we learn? How do we acquire and retain skills and information to help us develop? Only when we address individual learning styles can the "e" in e-learning factor in. Then the technical side—the electronic delivery—can be adapted to the learner. In this paper, the basic ideas of e-learning, modalities of e-learning, media influences in e-learning process and various pedagogical designs of e-learning are emphasized.

Keywords: Individualized self-paced e-learning online, Individualized self-paced e-learning offline, Group-based e-learning synchronously, Group-based e-learning asynchronously, Scenario-Based Learning, Case-Based Learning.

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