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Title: Technology enabled technical education in the new learning paradigm: Issues and perspectives in delivery and access
Authors: Chauhan, Buddhi
Keywords: Technical Education
ICT in education
Issue Date: 12-Sep-2006
Abstract: This paper aims to emphasize the need for a new learning paradigm of open and flexible learning that enables wider and equitable access to higher technical education, and highlight the role of technology in implementing open learning. The paper also examines issues related to requirements, concerns and challenges. Synergistic, scalable use of technology, hybrid model of delivery and networking approaches have been suggested for implementation of technology enabled open learning model. With the help of a case study, an attempt has been made to demonstrate how the use of technology can help in introducing open learning concept in a university setting. The paper concludes with some suggestions for implementation of a technology enabled open learning model. A list of tools and resources for e-learning has also been appended.
Description: Paper presented at a conference held at TIET Patiala
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/49
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