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Scirj Volume IV, Issue X, October 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Human Computer Interaction & eLearning: An overview of Enabling Technologies in Student Centered Environment

Ishara Silva

Abstract: Armed with the advanced information and communication technologies, eLearning is having a far-reaching impact on learning in the new era. Learning is shifting from instructor- centered to learner-centered, and is undertaken anywhere, from classrooms to homes and offices. The concept of traditional education does not fit well with the new world of lifelong learning, in which the roles of instructor, student and curriculum are changing. eLearning has been crucial to meet this new challenge. The new technology look at new development of this area such as: designing for inclusion, personalization, blended learning and consistency in computer collaboration and delivery of online education need of remote education “teaching by telling” to “learning on demand” or “learning by asking or doing”. This research is carried out to investigate the different methods of eLearning systems relate to learner’s value by comparing designs of personalized and adaptive eLearning systems. Also this will examine the appropriate eLearning tools for different focus groups to satisfy the learner’s experience of eLearning while identifing the barriers which can be affected to the successful implementation of eLearning tools.

Reference this Paper: Human Computer Interaction & eLearning: An overview of Enabling Technologies in Student Centered Environment by Ishara Silva published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume IV, Issue X, October 2016 Edition, Page 27-32 ".

Search Terms: eLearning, learning style, learning methods, learning content

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