AWARENESS AND IMPACT OF INTERENT RESOURCES IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSITITUTION IN HK REGION

Dr. Selvaraj C, Dr. B. R. Godagin

Abstract


Information communication technology (ICT) has turn into an important module of the educational process, and is giving educators new tools to renovate/transform learning and teaching. Through e-learning ensures that, for effective use of technology and fulfillment with user’s requirements, a synchronized sketch must be expanded that illustrates a general vision for the position of technology in instructional programs and operations. The idea of the above deliberation is to highlight the Multimedia I-Resources as a new platform for e-learning.

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