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  • Title

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    INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN IN E-LEARNING FOR GENERATION Y-LEARNERS A STATUS QUO

    Authors

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    S.Parimala1, Dr. M.V.Srinath2

    Keywords

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    E-learning, Instructional design-Learners.

    Issue Date

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    October – 2014

    Abstract

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    With e-learning, the potential for getting knowledge and information out to the learner at her/his own rapidity opened a whole new world for knowledge transfer. In recent times, learning and teaching strategies have a significant impact by technological innovation. Latest technologies have distorted how information is presented and how students interact with that information. Today’s new raise of learners are skillful users of Web 2.0 tools and technologies, who want to see the new social and collaborative approaches that they emphasize in all aspects of their life. Y Gen expects access to the Web from work and they also expect to be able to carry out wherever they are and whenever it best suits them. There are number of tools that can deliver the technologically advanced, heavily apt, on-demand information and rapid communication that Y-learners require and that can thus be used as next-generation e-learning tools. The spotlight of this paper is on tools of this nature that are already in popular to use amongst Y-learners both globally and, progressively more, locally, which can be measured as rich e-resources and have the potential to support e-learning.

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    1-3

    ISSN

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    2347- 4734

    Source

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    Vol. 1, No.2, October 2014

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