A brief study of E- Learning: Special reference in education and corporate sector
Dr. Parmanand Barodiya, Dr. Abdesh Singh Kushwah, Lokendra Singh Kaurav
E-learning is a methodology that is widely used across various organizations worldwide for the purpose of employee training. According to E-learning magazine, about 50% of training hours are being deployed through E-learning, blended, online or virtual medium. If, designed well and aligned towards business goals, these E-learning courses can have a very positive impact on the organizations and E-learning has become an increasingly popular format for delivering instruction. Whether you are a high-school teacher looking to engage your students in a more interactive way, or a corporate trainer hired by a large company to design training curricula, E-learning packs a punch when it comes to benefits that make the creation and delivery processes easier and hassle-free. Primary school systems, colleges and universities, the public and private sectors, and non-profits have all come to rely on electronic learning as a valuable instructional tool. However, many organizations still struggle to determine if E-learning is the appropriate platform to deliver training and instruction to their members. Many are unsure about costs, technologies, and the potential of E-learning to achieve learning outcomes. E-learning offers the ability to share material in all kinds of formats such as videos, slideshows, word documents and PDFs. Conducting webinars and communicating with professors via chat and message forums is also an option available to users. Therefore in this paper we provide a brief study of E- Learning, Advantages and Disadvantages of E-learning, to know E-Learning Tools, to know role of E-learning in Education and corporate sector.