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   About E-learning
Learning and Learning Media:
Learning is acquiring information from various sources and using it to solve problems, answer questions and even for day to day dealing. Mans journey through life is a tough one and he has to continuously acquire new skills and knowledge to lead a happy and successful life.
From oral tradition to classrooms the mediums of teaching and learning have changed. The advent of the internet revolutionalised the methods of teaching. From asynchronous pageturners to virtual classrooms that blended all the mediums of teaching made it possible for all of us to bring learning to every ones fingertips. Thus supporting the continuous and dynamic process of learning process that involves the senses, the mind and uses the surrounding and different media to achieve skills and acquire knowledge.
So lets learn how e-learning different from traditional learning?
The ‘E’ in ‘e-learning’
Learning we know is a dynamic process that involves the senses, the mind and uses the surrounding and different media to achieve skills and acquire knowledge.
E- learning follows the same the theories and principals of learning that traditional learning follows. The ‘e’ here stands for electronic and denotes the electronic delivery of the learning message. Thus instruction that is delivered electronically is referred to as e-learning.
E-learning uses the internet or an intranet and CD-ROM or DVD to deliver the learning experience. These media support multi-media presentations meaning content that uses visual, auditory as well as combination of various media elements.
This type of instruction is characterised by:
:: Objective driven content
:: Instructional methods
:: Various Media elements
:: Interactivity
:: Measurement of Goal Achievement.
Instructor led training has been prevalent since ancient times. The popularity of multimedia in the 1980s and then the advent of the Internet in the early 1990s gave an impetus to e-learning. Since then to date e-learning has come a long way from static page turners to interactive self-paced courses, dynamic virtual classrooms, real time seminars and supporting blended learning.
Today more and more education providers are adopting e-learning to deliver learning in Rural areas. This has made it possible for children to learn even while away from the class room. This is also helping individuals who are not comfortable to learn in a class room.

Why e-learning?
Supports multiple learning styles
Self-paced learning and allows students to study at a speed comfortable to them.
Self-directed learning is self-directed, so students can choose content and tools of their interests, needs, and skill levels
The learner is the focal point and the courses designs are learner centred
Geographical locations do not matter
24/7 accessibility allows people to study on schedules convenient to them
Learning happens when needed
Cost and time on travel can be reduced or eliminated
Fees and other student costs are reduced
Fosters greater student interaction and collaboration
Fosters greater student/instructor contact
Uses established pedagogical principles
What’s in It for YOU?
There are many reasons for the student to take up online learning.

Some of them are:
E-learning Courses are accessible at your convenient time.
Physical attendance is not a must.
Learning is self-paced
You can study anywhere, anytime
Course materials are available online or can be download for reading later
You can choose from a wide range of courses and subjects
You can pick courses to enrich yourself professionally or to continue studying as you work
E-learning is student-centred
You can choose from instructor-led or self-study courses
You can concentrate on topics of your interest
Use the tools that suit your learning styles
E-learning eases collaboration with your classmates as well as your instructors.
The class you study in can have students from all over the world.
E-learning makes pursuing your goals and achieving them possible as they are convenient, reduce cost, provide a large range of courses to select from, provides flexibility, fosters higher retention, allows greater Collaboration and brings the best of global opportunities to your finger tips.
Our e-learning Philosophy
Our e-learning philosophy is simple but pertinent. We promise interesting learning to empower individuals from all walks of life to better their lifestyles. The courses are developed to motivate you by creating world class customised content to fulfil your needs.
Our courses promise:
Good course material
Intense practice through assignments
Personal attention
Self-paced Learning
Professional trainers
We believe in providing complete learning solutions by supporting our computer based courses with counselling and classroom sessions