KB 41 E-Learning

KNOWLEDGE BEANS COMPLETES 3 WONDERFUL YEARS OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING! ! !

KNOWLEDGE BEANS a human resource newsletter issue no 41 | dec 2011

HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE

E-LEARNING–AWAYOF LIFE! Venkatesh Ganapathy elaborates on this way of life

E-LEARNING -TECHNOLOGY ENABLEDLEARNING PROCESSES Neha Kamat exemplifies on the theme

E-LEARNING–THE TRAININGEVOLUTION IN INDIA! DilipTiklecontributes hisknowledgeonthefacts

E-LEARNING–THENEXT REVOLUTION INTRAINING! Shreya Sharma refines our understanding

In India we have multilevel challenges in education to address. We are running on short supply of quality teachers, quality education and trainers for Life Long Learning (L3) skills and competencies. Every working Indian needs some kind of training to update and progress their e-learning scores. People have to start early employment to support their families. They start realising later at a point in career, where only education can take them to the next step of position as well as confidence. To address multilevel educational issues including (L3) leads to a point that India needs next generation e-learning platform for more effective and scalable education. India is blessed with wide spectrum of connectivity technologies especially for the last mile connectivity. The new generation learners are not only IT literate but IT savvy.

Dilip has over 30 years of experience in Education,R &Dand IT Industry.He also hasmany success stories in e-learning and students’ education right from rural parts of Maharashtra to foreign countries. He is one of the few consultants in the space of e-education with complete domain knowledge of technology as well as education technology. He is on advisory boards of various corporate as well as national and international academic institutions,corporate universities and educational trusts. E-LEARNING-THETRAINING EVOLUTIONININDIA! ODCONNOISSEUR’SORATE DilipTickle

The most suitable model can be “Blended Delivery Model” for 21st century e-Education. 5 elements in this model would include - Face-to-face, Synchronous video, Workbooks, Self Learning and Projects. To deliver courses through this model we require an effectual delivery platform. The online delivery platform handles three major functions of e-Education, which includes - Education Management, Delivery of Course/s, Assessment and Evaluation. The delivery platform ensures high quality education to all types of learners across the demographical boundaries. Dependency on local faculty is reduced.

Deeksha Jawa, Head – Project Management, Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, is a post graduate inManagementHRandGreenBelt inSixSigmawithabackground inPsychology.She is also a DISC certified behaviour analyst with a passion for behavioural sciences and combines herknowledgeofpsychometrictestingwithhermanagementexpertisetomanageprojectsend to end. She is currently pursuing post graduate diploma course in Instructional Designing to be able to design & develop workshops in order tomeet the changing needs of businesses. THE EDITOR’S COLUMN Deeksha Jawa

Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited is a leading Human Resource Training & Consulting Organization partnering with some of the best brands in the country and overseas. Atyaasaa has been a catalyst & a contributor in their quest for people development and business excellence. The core differentiator of Atyaasaa process is continual innovation, unique customization and use of state of the art technology tools implemented through ethical and experienced operations and human resource facilitators having contribution as their core value. Write to us For information : info@atyaasaa.com For contributing articles : atyaasaaeditor@atyaasaa.com For suggestions : feedback@atyaasaa.com

Want to learn at your own convenience? Discover the mobile way of learning with us... This issue of KnowledgeBeansrevolvesarounde-learningthatenablesustodeliverboth learningand informationatwill, dynamically and immediately. It allows us to tap the knowledge of experts and non experts and catapult those messages beyond classroom walls and into the workplace. It also lets us know, through the magic of technology, who is learning, referring and contributing – andwho is not.

Ankita Velankar – Trainee Consultant - Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, has completed her Masters in Business Administration and has majored in Human Resource Management. Her wonderful interpersonal skills help her in creating quality relations and enhance her learnings in the field of training and development. She is highly passionate about learning languages, teaching and dancing. NOTES FROM SUB-EDITOR Ankita Velankar

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