Friday, 19 March 2010


E-Learning is a learning process that is facilitated and enhanced by  using digital tools such as CD-ROMs, video conferencing, websites,  e-mail and many more, where the content and instruction is delivered  electronically.
E-learning (or electronic learning or eLearning) is a term that  encompasses all forms of Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) or very  specific types of TEL such as online or Web-based learning.  Nevertheless, the term does not have a universally accepted  definition[1] and there are divides in the e-learning industry about  whether a technology-enhanced system can be called e-learning if there  is no set pedagogy as some argue e-learning is: "pedagogy empowered by  digital technology".

The  term e-learning is ambiguous to those outside the e-learning industry,  and even within its diverse disciplines it has different meanings to  different people. For instance, in companies it often refers to the  strategies that use the company network to deliver training courses to  employees and lately in most Universities, e-learning is used to define a  specific mode to attend a course or program of study where the students  rarely or never meet face-to-face, nor access on-campus educational  facilities, because they study online.- From  wikipedia.
To be frank, E-Learning may be considered as a  new field of studies for me as i have never obtain even the basic idea  of e-learning and it outcomes. Internet on the other hand is not a new  thing for me, with the usage of internet as a platform to e-learning i  may not have any problem in comprehending each and every topics proposed  in the completion of the course.   

Till Later,

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