Building Education With The E-Learning Blocks!
“The biggest growth in the internet and the area that will prove to be one of the biggest agents of change will be e-learning.”
~ John Chambers, CEO, Cisco Systems
Internet is the major cause for e-learning. Learning has a new course of action in today’s world. There are fundamental thoughts that have made us all believe why e-learning is the building block of education; today and for many more years to come.
Internet made profound revolution in gaining knowledge possible
Internet is a technology, which is used as a tool to deliver products, data, knowledge, services, etc., to many places that are unreachable in reality. The Internet has sources, references, and access to websites; all these are just clicked away.
Learning is not only a series of events
What you study in the classrooms is available on Internet. All the traditional practices are fading away, but the values and experience of classroom teaching are still holding those thoughts, in some way. Learning is not a series of events, alone, though. It is a process that involves dedication, time, as well as honest efforts.
Learning is a lot more than just getting trained
E-learning is an amalgamation of both learning and training. Learners search for online bids to practice, get trained and evolve in gaining knowledge because learning online is processed and well knit through instructions provided. This results into strategic training in learning.
Transformation of learning from classroom to anywhere
The classroom transformation tops everything. This 24/7 available service is never going out of trend. Learning has become faster, easier, and less critical with technology boost. Without having stuck to a schedule, learners can have an organizational mobility in learning.
Taking learning to every level
Corporate offices, industries, hospitals, etc. also have learners who need to be in contact with their progress with better (and latest) information in their fields. Students in schools and universities are not the only learners. The competitive world has forced (it is required to) everyone to keep studying and be open to wisdom.
With changing perspectives, e-learning is gaining more momentum in developing countries as well. Countries taking up e-learning seriously have indulged a lot of money in this market. They all know it once and for all that what John Chambers said is going to be a reality, or has already become one. Right? Building blocks of education, correctly, is e-learning. With more courseware switching their funds towards online teaching and learning, the fact is getting even more clearer.
21 Aug 2017 / Ashika / 0