IMPACT OF E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES ON INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION: PROMISES AND PERILS By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan

Abstract Advances in computers and Multimedia technology have changed traditional methods of learning and skills training. On-line learning continues to play a major role in the success of any academic program. Such learning can personalize learning needs both for students Read More …

ATTITUDE OF M.Ed. STUDENTS TOWARDS THE USE OF CYBER RESOURCES: A NORMATIVE PERSPECTIVE By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan

Abstract Tremendous changes are taking place throughout the world in every sphere of life and education system is not left behind unaffected from that changing pace of technology. Similarly the teacher educaiton system too cannot remain immune to these global Read More …

A STUDY ON ATTITUDE OF TEACHER EDUCATORS TOWARDS BLENDED LEARNING By  O.S.Saravanan and Dr.S.K.Panneer Selvam

Abstract Blended learning or hybrid learning describes a learning environment that either combines teaching methods, delivery methods, media formats or a mixture of all these. It also refers to the integrated learning activities such as a mixture of online and Read More …