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Article: Online Learning
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Article: Online Learning
Edition : 11
Year : 21 August,
by Creative Arts Solution Foundation
article is best revealed the term "e-learning" as research has shown
that for many ago the word Online Learning may also be referring to as distance
Learning has we’ve been able to gather a more information online in this article.
The word Online
Learning describes a system which is connected (generally electrically) to a
The term "e-learning" has only been in
existence since 1999, when the word was first utilized at a CBT systems
seminar. Other words also began to spring up in search of an accurate
description such as “online learning” and “virtual learning”. However, the
principles behind e-learning have been well documented throughout history, and
there is even evidence which suggests that early forms of e-learning existed as
far back as the 19th century.
e-learning history timeline
Long before the internet was launched, distance
courses were being offered to provide students with education on particular
subjects or skills. In the 1840′s Isaac Pitman taught his pupils shorthand via
correspondence. This form of symbolic writing was designed to improve writing
speed and was popular amongst secretaries, journalists, and other individuals
who did a great deal of note taking or writing. Pitman, who was a qualified
teacher, was sent completed assignments by mail and he would then send his
students more work to be finished using the same system.
In 1924, the first testing machine was invented. This
device allowed students to tests themselves. Then, in 1954, BF Skinner, a
Harvard Professor, invented the “teaching machine”, which enabled schools to
administer programmed instruction to their students. It wasn’t until 1960
however that the first computer based training program was introduced to the
world. This computer based training program (or CBT program) was known as
PLATO-Programmed Logic for Automated Teaching Operations. It was originally
designed for students attending the University of Illinois, but ended up being
used in schools throughout the area.
The first online learning systems were really only set
up to deliver information to students but as we entered the 70s online learning
started to become more interactive. In Britain the Open University was keen to
take advantage of e-learning. Their system of education has always been
primarily focused on learning at a distance. In the past, course materials were
delivered by post and correspondence with tutors was via mail. With the
internet the Open University began to offer a wider range of interactive
educational experiences as well as faster correspondence with students via
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