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Role of shared e-learning resources In teaching profession Dr. G.Vijayakumari Department of Education PERIYAR UNIVERSITY SALEM, Tamilnadu,India dr _ email@example.com
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In conventional scenario, the education system consists of teacher, black board, chalk, books, students, classroom & laboratory and interaction between them. With the evolution of internet and proliferation of computing devices all over with the progression of time, the classrooms are going to change. ON LINE EDUCATION
An e-book is digital reading material that one views on a desktop or on a dedicated, portable device with a large storage capacity and the ability to download new titles through a network connection. An e-book is a book in digital form of book in a computer file format. E-Books
Format of E-Books in India Image files (.jpg)a sequence of images Rich Text Format (.rtf) ASCII files / word documents Hyper text Markup (.html) can be read using a standard browser Tex (dynamic linking) (.dll) popular academic format Portable Document Format (,pdf) Store & edit printed publish documents. Post Script (.ps)printed page in a higher level than bitmap. Exe book (.exe)compiler that produces an e-book file Desktop Author (.dnl) digital web books with virtual turning pages
Information is a key factor in the generation of wealth. E-learning can be used as a core to the teacher training process. E-learning is a form of technology that are used to transmit, store, create, share or exchange information in any classrooms. E-learning as a key factor
Advantages of e-resources Authors: increased readership; allows monetary return; ability to control the rights to their work. Authors are free to publish their own work Publishers; Paperless mass production makes publishing & distribution Potential end of the out of print era; Easy and multiple distribution channels. Readily reformatted for independent platforms. An inexpensive format for works that require colour
Advantages of e-resources (Contd..) Libraries: instant online activation purchased e-books; lower production costs could lead to lower prices; eco-friendly; saves shelf space; no lost or damaged titles; Simultaneously share book (if networked) No risk of damage, No risk of tear or theft Readers: Speed, Portability, Interactivity, Print on Demand, Personalization, Add Ons. Convenient storing, less expensive, instantly available through downloads. Text can be searched, except when in the form of images. Type size and type face may be adjusted. Zooming in facility very useful in case of electronic map
Advantages of e-resources (Contd..) Classrooms: A vehicle for assessment and communications Linked to additional resources Capable of customization and annotation Easily selected and isolated components (learning objects) Society: Economically & environmentally viable by cutting down on paper / ink production Less wastage of dusts in dust pins in rurl and urban society
Benefits of E-Journals in India a.Scope for electronic archives; b.Availability and monitoring of usage statistics; c.Getting lower unit cost of information; d.can be read anywhere in the world e.allow the inclusion of audio-visual material as well as the other formats f.articles include links to e-books, and other g.Developing common resources databases; h.Effective document delivery systems; i.Enhanced search facilities; j.Better scope for a union catalogue
Relevance of E-Journals in India Electronic Journal http://www.canberra.edu.au Current Issues in Comparative Education http://www.tc.columbia.edu Electronic Policy Network (EPN) http:// epn.org Full-text online. http://www.theatlantic.com free online publications http:// www. triangle. co.uk Images are at http://dsal.uchicago.edu Full text of articles in http//:www.India- seminar.com Consortium under INDEST – AICTE Consortium by http://paniit.iitd.ac.in and UGC INFONET by http:// web.inflibnet.ac.in
Recommendations - more formative evaluation - especially for e-Learning, in the testing area for; content accuracy; content sequencing; interaction & feedback adequacy; look & feel; site navigation ; broken links & interactions.
Recommendations Each and every one needs to notice, three paradigms viz., (a)the perceptual user interface (PUI) that allows to infer the users inten tions from the observation of his/her explicit and implicit behaviour; (b) the attentive user interface (AUI), conceived for deducting and managing, the users attention; (c)the affective user interface (AFUI), which analyzes the users emotional state for better adaptation.
Conclusion Applying technology-based methods requires lecturers to acquire adequate skills and capabilities. Adopting and applying these new eLearning methods and techniques generates a role-transition, turning lecturers from knowledge-providers into mentors. Enriching the Indian teacher education curricula with eLearning-based courses improves efficiency, without reducing academic effectiveness.
Dr.G.VIJAYAKUMARI, Dept. of Education, Periyar University, Salem - 11, Periyar University, Salem - 11, Tamilnadu. India Thank You +91 099448 54381 dr _ knvijay @ yahoo.com