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The Innovation & Tools of Elearning

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michelle murphy

on 13 September 2015

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Transcript of The Innovation & Tools of Elearning

Instructional films
CORRESPONDENCE
Education
Radio
SMART BOARDS
Learning Management Systems
PRESENTATION
SOFTWARE
COMPUTERs
MOBILE DEVICES
the innovation & tools
of elearning
Substituted face to face interaction with mail correspondence
Use increased rapidly during World War II
Focus on rural populations
Wide range in subject matter
Faster content delivery
Hoped to increase learner involvement and motivation
1968-Digital images of X-rays to adjust contrast
Widespread adoption of computers
New digital delivery processes
A container for courses and assessments
Interactive, on-demand learning
The SAMR Model
How do the tools we use shape our educational practices?
Which tools have the most significant impact on your own practice?
Guaranteed access to all who desired it
Enabled student interaction
Learners who were unable to attend traditional Universities
From Science and History to Civil Rights issues
Substituted correspondence education
Wider variety of subjects
Could train large numbers of people quickly
Development of instructional television
1979-First digital presentation software for personal computers
Move to digital media
Slide projectors became obsolete
Images and text easily combined
Modification of content production
Enables remote, on-demand access to learning opportunities

Supports Social Learning
Internet makes for low-cost dispersal of information
Wifi internet connection
Communicate on the go, from almost anywhere
Increasing popularity of smart phones and tablets
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