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Title: An effective e-learning architecture with dynamism and security measures
Researcher: Arulselvarani S
Guide(s): Kirubakaran E
Keywords: E Learning
Computer Science
Upload Date: 15-Apr-2014
University: Mother Teresa Womens University
Completed Date: 10/01/2014
Abstract: E-learning is a natural advancement of distance learning that initially began in the form of correspondence (regular transfer of printed materials), then through multi-media, next depending on information technology (e.g. audio-video conferences and radio transmission), and finally through the internet. E-learning is one of many emerging technologies that can benefit from the development of new and improved research methodologies that are sensitive to the dynamic nature of the learning environment. E-learning has to involve various levels of interaction and participation including: interaction among learners themselves, between learners and teachers, and between learners and the electronic content which preferably includes the use of multi-media. E-learning creates new variables, constraints, and issues, making it fundamentally different from face-to-face learning environments. The roles of the professor, teacher, and student change. Requisite resources and infrastructure differ. Even the educational objectives may differ across students, professors, teachers, and institutions.A case study of the E-Learning activities of the Educational system is taken and analyzed for the possible implementation of this proposed Architecture. The main benefit of this proposed architecture is students can learn independently in any time and place. E-Learning is self-paced and the learning sessions are available all time. Several important goals for the evaluation of e-learning can be envisioned. Perhaps the ultimate educational objective for E-Learning is to enhance student learning. It will be necessary to develop new forms of assessments to measure students knowledge, skills, and learning, while capitalizing on the technology of the E-Learning environment. Assessment must be in the service of learning for the individual student or small groups of students. This can be achieved through an effective Dynamic E-Learning technique.
Pagination: 182p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/17713
Appears in Departments:Department of Computer Science

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