E –LEARNING WITH RESPECT TO INDIAIN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

Authors

  • Dr.Vivek Chaplot Head Dept.of Computer Sc. & App. Bhupal Nobles’ University , Udaipur

Keywords:

E –Learning, Students, Effective, tools, Educational, Information Technology

Abstract

Effectiveness of e-Learning has heavily increased within the last some years.  The development of e-learning products and e-learning opportunities is one of the most promising areas of education and training. This paper answers the following research questions, Effective of E-Learning, How to measure e-Learning effectiveness. What can be done to make E-Learning effective.  In E-Learning there are very high possibilities of   research and very high economic interest. The concept of E-learning is very General Purpose i.e. it is applicable to all sorts of Education.  It can be considered as the technological enhanced learning mechanism through Internet. Now it includes electronic media like Internet, Intranets, and satellite broadcast, audio, video, interactive Panels and Compact Disc to make the learning procedure more efficient, flexible and user friendly. Because of the flexible & user friendly nature of  E-learning, its demand is increasing day by day. Due to increase demand of  E -learning, we have to standardize the whole e-learning system in a proper way  so that all the user can use it in uniform manner .There are many standards  available  which has been  accepted by many academic institutions  and organizations, but there are some lacking and works are going on to make   E-learning  more practicable and more simple. This paper analyses the current E-learning techniques, the importance of education system and recent market of e-learning procedure.

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Additional Files

Published

15-07-2016

How to Cite

Dr.Vivek Chaplot. (2016). E –LEARNING WITH RESPECT TO INDIAIN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(7). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/360