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1. Name of the Programme
: MBA ; Specialization :Technology
2. Name of the Student 3. Roll Number
: Prakash G : 0804MBA0708 : 68309150011 : 9841144630
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6. Name and address of study centre
: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,
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: Ms. Anitha Nallasivam, Assistant : 9943993307 Email: Velammal Management and
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Computer Studies Title of the project : Impact of E-Learning – A Study
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. Date: NALLASIVAMA Address: Assistant Professor. .. I further agree to submit/produce details of assessment/mark etc to the study centre in time.66 . (Name of the student) in the topic… Study of Consumer Perception on E-Learning Tools ….. (Title of the project) during the period Sep 2010 to Dec 2010. …Anitha…. (Name in Capital Letters)…Assistant Professor……. I also agree to adhere to the deadline specified by the CDE for the completion of the project.. Management and Computer Studies Name in Capital Letters: ANITHA Velammal College of Chennai .IMPORTANT POINTS: • THIS FORMAT MUST BE SUBMITTED ALONGWITH THE PROPOSAL SHOWN IN ANNEXURE II.G. TO THE STUDY CENTER • IT IS ALSO MANDATORY TO REGISTER YOUR PROJECT DETAILS ONLINE _________________________________________________________________________________ ACCEPTANCE OF THE GUIDANCE I. (Designation) hereby convey my willingness to guide Ms.Prakash . Ms..
the Internet. video. simulations. animation. hands-on learning. classroom environment that we are most familiar with. The content can include text. E-Learning can provide an exciting and highly effective learning experience that can go beyond the level of education and training you might experience in a classroom. self-paced. and Virtual Reality (VR) applications. NEED FOR THE STUDY E-learning is an alternative method of delivering and receiving education and training. Roll Number: 0804MBA0708. The term “e-Learning” encompasses a wide range of educational experiences and practices. . Register Number: 68309150011) 1. television or satellite broadcast. audio. instructor led. The Study will focus on the benefits and problems faced by the e-learners. E-Learning is studentcentred.(Mobile: 9943993307) Office Seal: Signature: ANNEXURE II STUDY OF CONSUMER PERCEPTION ON E-LEARNING TOOLS (Submitted by Name: Prakash G. or on an internal network (intranet). audio and videotape. It is alternative in the sense that it is quite different from the traditional. Instructional content may be delivered through a wide array of methods including: CD or DVD-ROM. video conferencing.
Instructional designers have access to more and more new flexible technologies. Programs may also be completely self-contained with links to various reference materials in place of an instructor. Students generally work on an interactive “self-paced” program of study. as long as they have the proper equipment. using a “chat room” on specialized Web Sites. due to the lack of relevant information in the public libraries and the limited accessibility to the facilities of the . anytime and anywhere. dynamic learning content that facilitates learning. comprehensive. Today. Asynchronous e-Learning is usually CD or DVD-ROM-based. These technologies are used to create and deliver individualized. Synchronous e-Learning may also be accomplished through telephone or video conferencing or through two-way live television broadcasts between instructors and students in distant classrooms. seminars. These technologies are opening ways for courses. computer and Internet technologies are more integrated with professional. discussion groups and e-mail. E-learning uses technology to enhance and expand the learning experience. as do learners have a multitude of choices and a master in Instructional Design is one avenue of getting there. Asynchronous learning Synchronous e-Learning or training happens in real-time with an instructor facilitating the training. by distance. Asynchronous e-Learning or training is e-Learning in the more conventional sense of the word. It is an innovative approach to communicating almost any type of instructional information. Each student logs in at a specific time and can communicate directly with the instructor and with each other. 2. academic. and personal lives. It can be divided into 2 major delivery methods: Synchronous learning . e-Learning can be delivered and supported using a variety of electronic media. discussion forums and other approaches to learning to be delivered online with innovative ways to interact with instructors and other students. or can be Intranet or Internet based. or both. Asynchronous e-Learning allows the student to learn anywhere and usually at any time. but is also the perfect complement to a traditional education or training program. Most commonly this type of learning takes place over the Internet. REVIEW OF LITERATURE In the course of research/study. This may include access to instructors or experts through online bulletin boards. E-learning is instruction that occurs when the instructor and the students are separated by time. E-learning technologies continue to expand.
Limitation: Although e-Learning has many benefits for students and organizations alike. SECONDARY DATA STRATIFIED SAMPLING ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE. A student that does . 3 . it also has limitations. OBSERVATON/INTERVIEW. the search was basically confined to the available journals.1 Primary objective: The primary objective of the study is to analyze the corporate people’s perception towards e-learning and to assess the market potential. To Know the benefits received by the e-learners through the e. Any e-Learning system involves basic equipment and a minimum level of computer knowledge in order to perform the tasks required by the system. Technical Analysis Observation and Assessments. Frame work of data analysis 5.learning To know the problem faced by the E-learners To suggest the various measures to improve the effects of e-learning. and all relevant references are included in the Appendix. Computer literacy and access to equipment. Audience analysis. 3. Theoretical Analysis. 4. thesis and information available from the Internet.OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY. Methodology: Type of Project Study Type of data Sampling Method Tools for data collection DESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH PRIMARY DATA.professional educational bodies. Analysis of measurement validity.
Learners control the amount of time they spend on any particular topic. Some topics are not appropriate for e-Learning. It incorporates innovative and creative approaches to instruction and provides unprecedented access to resources and information. However. The learner is the core of any e- Learning system. A successful e-Learning student must be well organized. E-Learning is student centred. The flexibility and student-centered nature of e-Learning requires a high level of student responsibility. This allows learners to spend additional time on difficult items before moving on or to skip material they already understand. E-Learning is self-directed and self-paced. cannot succeed in an e-Learning program. The use of a variety of multimedia in e-Learning increases student involvement and reinforces the learning experience. and have good time management skills. 6. . What you get out of an e-Learning program is directly related to the amount of effort you put in.not possess these skills. self-motivated. Students assume control of their learning experience and use it to suit their own specific needs. Materials and activities are designed with the needs and interests of the learner in mind. Students themselves can be a limitation to e-Learning. are not good candidates for e-Learning. or have access to these tools. e-Learning can be a useful companion to traditional education for teaching background and technical information. such as sports and public speaking. E-Learning is interactive and hands-on. This leads to increased retention and a stronger grasp of the subject at hand. This “individualized” approach usually allows learners to complete their education and training faster than in traditional courses. . Certain subjects that require physical exertion and practice. Expected Deliverables: E-Learning has substantial benefits and offers unique opportunities for people who might otherwise have limited access to education and training.
July 2007. C. Moore. METS Learning Center.C. D. Educational Technology Research & Development (ETR&D). (2006).. Conference. Lessons on e-Learning Strategy Development from the Cheshire Cat.smartcanal. (2000). Scottsdale. (2002). Image Conference Proceedings. Bloom. References Books Dublin. 50(3).M. Learning Across the Organization: System Based Learning. e-Learning also allows physically or otherwise challenged students to more fully participate. David McKay. Saddle River. The logistics and expense of face-to-face education and training can be extremely limiting when students are separated by distance. ASTD Learning Circuits. Krathwohl (1964). & Carey. 43-59. May 2006. Bertram B. Benjamin S. Learning can take place anytime and anywhere. New York. E-Learning provides consistent and effective training. K. Q.. (2006) In an open letter in response to the e-Learning Hype Cycle. AZ. as long as the necessary equipment is accessible. (2007) Critical Use of Images in Knowledge-Based Dissemination and Learning Systems. First Principles of Instruction.Mesia.. Shaw. K. E. Hoffer. G.A.W. Moore. Web Sites www. All of the target learners can participate simultaneously and receive the same information. (2004). L. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. Merrill. E-Learning is flexible.B. L...e-learning-centre. J. and David R. Kincaid. NJ: Pearson Allyn & Bacon. The Systematic Design of Instruction. M. Dick. reducing the variability introduced through multiple sessions in different locations. Carey.com www.com .O. D. Parkin.
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