This article shows how digital learning can be a suitable substitute for traditional educational research methods.
In this article, see how digital learning can be a suitable substitute for traditional educational research methods.
- All schools and colleges have decided to start offering courses through online platforms
- Can e-learning really be a suitable alternative to traditional learning methods?
- The digital learning platform also offered students the freedom to learn at their own pace.
As the Covid-19 pandemic wave hit the world, we have all experienced a sudden and massive change in our way of life. One of the main areas of effort has been the education sector. Teachers and students have experienced a massive shift towards digital addiction to seek education.
Emergence of digital learning
All schools and colleges have decided to start offering courses through online platforms. Faculty and students have become heavily reliant on technology after almost everyone has shut down.
Since then, the terms “digital education” or “e-learning” have become the talk of the city. Everyone, student, parent and teacher, suddenly felt the comfort and discomfort of the switch to digital education.
The main question remains: can online learning really be an appropriate alternative to traditional learning methods?
Benefits of digital learning
Raghav Gupta, Managing Director, India and APAC, Coursera said: “Online learning can complement traditional models, providing the accessibility, flexibility and scalability that learners and institutions need.”
He added that due to the digitalization of education, learners will be able to select courses according to their interests and align them with industry relevant content.
This will not only give them knowledge, but it will help them gain knowledge about the industry so that they can be better prepared to enter the industry.
Not only that, but the digital learning platform also gave students the freedom to learn at their own pace.
Usefulness of the data-powered system
The data-powered system also offers institutions the ability to expand their reach and catalog of content.
Digital educational platforms like Coursera give students a wide reach and provide them with varied information from all over the world.
Digital platforms provide students with video, audio, and Slack for communication with their peers and mentors. This helps the students to review the content at their convenience.
Raghav Gupta also informed that the digital learning platform Coursera offers faculty, in its “Coursera for Campus” program, to create blended e-learning programs with ready-made courses and tools. private creation.
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