As the education system struggles to run amidst the pandemic situations, it has become necessary for them to thrive by taking the alternative road. Although, eLearning has the potential to replace traditional learning methods with its new and intuitive features. The pandemic has sped up its adoption among educational institutions. So, Universities embrace eLearning and are going online to ensure that learners keep benefiting from them. Until now, the maximum that the Universities in India were doing in the digital space was digitizing learning content. Universities and educational institutions were all reaching out to the learning platforms to offer a collaborative and expansive digital library to provide resources to everyone keen on learning.
This shift can be owed to the several benefits that digital libraries offer over conventional libraries. It has no limitations like the conventional libraries where only one book at a time can be borrowed, or have to manually search for the books and so on. A digital library offers not only a variety of content to its learners but the content in various formats to keep the reader hooked to learning.
Along with a fully automated digital library, eLearning platforms also offer the ease of distributing education for the Universities. It is equipped with scalable and fully functional virtual classrooms that the learners can access from anywhere without leaving their homes and coming to a different city.
eLearning is also providing aid to the teachers by giving a potentially useful and helpful learning management platform that helps design an intuitive course, makes available the appropriate e-resources, and easily helps track student progress. Along with it comes tools for online assessment and reporting.
So, all-in-all eLearning is a powerful platform for the Universities to continue educating the learners and offering them degree courses no matter what the circumstances.
The students cannot acquire knowledge and develop skills only by attending classes in colleges and universities. In addition to attending classes regularly, they need access to robust libraries to enhance...