E-Learning word specifies the concept of learning through electronic devices like desktop, laptop, CD-Rom, Digital Television, or mobile. However, now the learning through mobile is also referred to as m-learning. 

Students have a different opinions about e-learning and some are very enthusiastic and excited while some have hesitation for this innovative approach. You can also check out here online about elearning and instructional design.

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1. Build relevant, pedagogically sound educational materials and programs for the internet using the latest developments in online educational theories and technology.

2. Integrate a variety of multimedia technology tools to develop engaging, effective e-learning.

3. Apply the components of effective e-learning instructional design, development, implementation, and evaluation to creating projects and programs that effectively address learner needs, as well as organizational/business needs and goals.

Advantages of E-Learning

1. Flexibility

The e-learning method offers you the flexibility to study anytime, anywhere with your timelines.

2. Fast-pace Learning

Students can study at their speed and interest. They do not need to try to match up with other student's speed and pace. They can wrap up their syllabus as fast or as slow as they want.

3. All-time Access

The syllabus and study material are available online that offers access anytime and anywhere, so the students do not have to worry about when to sit down for study, they can do it anytime and anywhere.