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Posted on February, Wednesday 15, 2012 By itVAR News Network
There is a lot of promise towards e-Learning within the enterprise domain. Today e-learning generates as much criticism as praise. This is not because e-Learning lacks the potential to hugely change the way knowledge is shared, teachers teach or learners learn, but because the design and implementation of e-Learning applications remains in its formative years, even today.
Various e-Learning based solutions present a lot of op
Various e-Learning based solutions present a lot of opportunities at hand for the enterprise. On one hand, is holds big potential to enhance classrooms with computer-aided instruction and offers innovative ways of delivering information and stimulates collaborative learning. On other hand, e-Learning provides an economic advantage for higher education: less costs and more value in running a class.
Sometimes the attitude toward cost-effectiveness has resulted in building cheaper, less effective e-Learning knowledge sharing platforms that are immensely cost effective in nature. Information is expensive to produce, but cheap to reproduce. And e-Learning courseware is not just about content, but the delivery of that content as well. And in fact it e-learning is all about innovation towards the delivery of content.
As various e-Learning techniques continue to evolve, it is important to remember how people learn and move up. Developers must consider and understand instructional design and its integration into building e-Learning courses. The quality and value of e- Learning applications is also dependent on:
1. The use of available technology
2. The design and development of applications.
In addition to this, there are several key concepts in developing E-Learning courses and applications. These concepts not only distinguish web-based learning from traditional classroom environments, but also demonstrate its strength as a scalable and distributive network technology.
An increasingly popular idea in networked industries is the idea of setting standards to encourage universal recognition and distribution among competing developers. This way, developers and educators can interconnect content and application tools from different vendors and come up with effective e-learning solutions.
And most importantly, a ubiquitous and accepted standard involve the language of building internet web sites. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) continues to evolve the Web development language from HTML, which is universally understood by all web browsers, toward XHTML and XML, markup languages that allow more flexibility in tag creation for style and content management, as well as the ability to modularize and extend traditional HTML content. Moving forward, e-learning based education is surely going to play a very important role within the enterprise realm.
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