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Introduction of technology-based learning devices in the education sector of India

Technology-based learning devices in education are being commonly used in primary education in India. On the other hand, the EdTech has been introduced in the secondary and higher secondary schools but is yet to include a whole host of education technology-based learning devices and tools (Yadav, Gupta and Khetrapal, 2018). In terms of tools for education technology, they include gamification, simulation, digitized dialogues, and interactive whiteboards, among others (Shrivastav and Hiltz, 2013). Gamification involves the use of games (individual-based or group based) to create an engaging atmosphere where students can be taught. Read more »

The need for skill development in the contemporary work environment

As the world dives into complexities in growing industrial needs and technological advancements, need for  skill development increases. Corporate leaders confirm the importance of skill development for promotion and advancements. Economists believe that new skills are a key to counter the projected job loss due to decreased dependency on manpower and increased automation (Allen, 2014). Read more »

Creativity in Indian education system

Thousands of children get enrolled in schools every year, where a strict curriculum is followed for the upbringing of the children. But one major factor that schools give a miss is the way the children are taught. Read more »

Higher education in India

Indian higher educationHigher education or University education shapes people to be qualified and responsible citizens by knowledge and professional training in their ‘relevant field’  of interest. Higher education enables citizens to participate in the capacity-building of a society, helping them to: understand, interpret, preserve, enhance, promote and disseminate national and regional, international and historic culture. Read more »

The emergence of human-computer interaction

“Virtual Environment” is a term which has been referred to by many academicians differently. They use terms like “Virtual Reality”, “Virtual World”, and “Artificial Reality”. Virtual environment means a computer simulated environment which helps users to interact with one another. Read more »

Strategies to improve job satisfaction of faculties who teach online

It is well known that level of job satisfaction of faculties teaching online is highly correlated with the quality of the education delivered online and performance of students learning online (Marion and Quaglia, 1991). Therefore it is important for faculties to be highly satisfied and happy about imparting education online. However, keeping the faculties satisfied and happy relies purely upon the educational institutions to which they are tied up. Read more »

Factors related to student that influence faculty satisfaction in online teaching

According to Bower (2001) satisfaction of a student is the most important key in making the student continue online learning throughout the life. The major reason that improves the satisfaction level of faculties is the opportunity that they gain in teaching and interacting with student communities belonging to diverse cultures and nations.  Read more »

How instructors influence faculty satisfaction in online teaching

The success of online education program depends upon the level of satisfaction of faculty. Measuring the level of satisfaction of faculty is important in assessing the effectiveness of any online teaching. The factors that determine level of satisfaction of faculty begin from evaluation at individual level. Read more »

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