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E-learning Blog by Blog

Blogs range from the personal to the political, and can focus on one narrow subject or a whole range of subjects. The Most common uses for blogging are personal using a personal web publishing forum.

But the most promising use of blogging is in the educational opportunities in corporations and institutes. Blogs are increasingly being used within companies and universities for educating students and employees.

Blog Technology

A hosting service is a Web site that will give you access to everything you need in order to create a blog. It will offer a form for you to enter your entries, tools that allow you to build a template for your blog, and access to some built-in frills.

A hosted service is the easiest and quickest way to start. Many blogging services allow new users to set up an account either for free or a nominal fee, and begin posting literally in a matter of seconds. Bloggers can either host the blog, just post on the blog.

Blogs are almost always architected as a core with plug-ins that add extra use to the core system. They use templates for the HTML and CSS for styling, so that changing the look of the page is a simple matter of changing the style sheet.

Blogging systems are so easy to use; it is easy rework or remove the “blog” features such as date and author listings, and set up a style sheet. The result looks like a regular web site, but is much easier to use than traditional editors
This makes blogging easy to update and maintain. The most unique aspect of blogging is pinging, which involves a person posting a comment about someone else's work on their own blog.

For these reasons blogs are a popular tool in the e-learning process.

Uses of Blog in E-learning

 Blogs are playing a big role in the e-learning environment these days. Instructors as well as learners are using blogs to exchange, communicate and assist in learning. Blogs are increasingly being used by researchers, teachers, and students.
Blogging for Instructors
Instructors use blogs to post class times and rules, assignment notifications, suggested readings, and exercises and instructional tips for students
Blogs are used pass along links and comments about subjects and course announcements and readings
 Blogs are used to organize in-class discussions and for organizing class seminars
Instructors are using blogs to provide summaries of readings and lectures.
Instructors use blogs for networking and personal knowledge sharing and Knowledge management
Blogging also offers speed and the opportunity to interact with diverse viewers both faculty and students globally.

Blogging for Learners

Blogs are an inventive way for learners to engage in reflective writing on classroom topics.

Blogs provide information dissemination, and provide learners with the opportunity to present his or her thoughts and opinions.

 Blogs provide individual feedback to the learners from instructors.

Blogs are great for disusing ideas, experiences or opinions and allow learners to discuss publicly what they are studying with other students and experts globally.

Blogging is helping learners to think and write more critically, learners tend to research and study harder when blogs are used.


There are millions of blogs on the web, hosted both by instructors and learners alike, they present an opportunity for anyone and everyone to join in the e-learning revolution which is being increase bog by blog.

E-learning through games

Effective e-learning
            E-learning consumers expect programs that include the same inventive tools and techniques used in the computer gaming industry (like graphics, interface, and skill-building challenges) to deliver a learning experience that's gripping, informative, and fun. Games have a lot to teach us about creating effective learning. One must use the rules and parameters of authentic situations to test the learner in actual tasks in virtual situations. Give the learner "game situations" in which the learner must apply specific knowledge to a specific situation


Need for e-learning

Need for e-learning

New values In the old days, corporate value and value creation were defined principally through material and financial assets. Nowadays a premium is put on intellectual capital. To retain their competitive edge, organizations have started to investigate which training techniques and delivery methods enhance motivation, performance, collaboration, innovation, and a commitment to life-long learning.


E-learning Tools

Web Blog

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Motivating Employees in E- learning

Some common e learning barriers
            Introduction of E-learning leads to palpable changes in the already existing system, and as a result is met with opposition by the employees. As a part of the change management procedure, it becomes essential to constantly communicate with the employees and promote E-learning


Future of e-learning


The old correspondence courses were the first Distance Learning courses but with the advent of Internet in the eighties, e-Learning became new mantra for delivering higher education courses over really long distances.


mLearning, is it something for my organization??

But how much truth is behind this big noise called “mLearning”??

With the increasing computing power of handheld devices, that makes phone calls too, unlocking the value of these Gizmos in the training industry is yet to happen. It’s now time to set out with mLearning and reap its benefits.

There are initial hurdles on the block, but like any other technology that contributed to the training and learning industry, it’s getting eased out fast.



Today’s e-workforce recognizes the fact, that knowledge is power E-Learning not only addresses the workers' need to develop knowledge and skills, but provides learning-on-demand (LOD). Workers appreciate and tend to stick to companies which offer them e-learning options, as they see future growth and security with such a company. E-learning has made its way into management, sales, marketing, customer service, and professional development.


E-Learning Standards

E-Learning Standards

Any one stepping into the world of e-learning and LMS is bewildered by the question of standards what they are and what do they do and why they are needed and how are they formed. So here goes in the most simplest of terms……………


E-Learning 2.0

New trends
A trend that has captured the interest of numerous pundits is the changing temperament of Internet users themselves. Sometimes called "digital natives" or "n-gen," these new users approach work, learning and play differently.
They take in information quickly, in images and video as well as text, from numerous sources concurrently. They function at "twitch speed," and expect instant reaction and feedback. They favor random "on-demand" contact to media, expect to be in continuous communication with their associates (who may be nearby or around the world), and they are as likely to craft their own media (or download someone else's) as to buy a book or a CD.


M-Learning Future

Mobile Culture

A new culture has been in formation ever since the mobile device was introduced. The device itself has been upgraded continuously and from an ordinary communicator has become something unrecognizable form its humble origins. This has thrown up new usages and new ways of action and thought.


Advantages of E-Learning to the Trainer or Organization

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