Ways That Education Will Digitize In 2015

Students all over the nation are witnessing the revolution of the digital classroom. In just a few short years from now, experts predict that technology will change the face of education so much that it will not look anything like the way that students learn currently. People who are interested in higher education are trying to determine which technologies are expected to aid in the migration from the traditional classroom to the digital classroom. Here’s what they discovered about how learning will look away from campus:

  1. Cloud-Based Processing

    Cloud-based processing is one of the most useful tools in digital learning world. When all of the information is hosted in the cloud, you can access your assignments from anywhere in the world as long as you have a web browser and an Internet connection. This helps you learn at your own pace anywhere you need to go. If you want to go on vacation and complete your assignments during your off-time, you can. If you need to travel for business, you can, and your assignments will still be accessible. Cloud-based processing has significantly improved the digital classroom.

  2. Podcasts

    The emergence of podcasts and online distribution of information from professors and other professionals in the industry. These podcasts will help you see a live face that can impart information. If you cannot attend lecture in a classroom, you can always see the lecture live via podcast.

  3. High-Bandwidth Wireless Networks

    High-bandwidth wireless networks in the home will help online learners with their efforts. They can submit their work faster and search online faster with high-bandwidth networks.

  4. Repositories of Digital Information

    If you need to find information, you no longer need to go to the library. It can all be found online. You can order eBooks online. You can read industry magazines and journals online. Whatever you need to do is possible with an online repository of information. The new digital revolution could not have been possible without the migration of all the information that most people need online.

Cyberlearning is Now More Acceptable

The Internet was plagued with problems surrounding schools online. They were not accredited and were not recognized by top companies. Now, major universities like Columbia University, University of Maryland, and others are offering legitimate online learning. This is why there are so many people are deciding to keep working their jobs and take online learning classes (such as this course) around their current schedules.

Authors, like, Borgman at UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies have discussed this new trend of digital learning in her book Scholarship in the Digital Age: Information, Infrastructure, and the Internet. She illuminates how people are learning on the Internet, and her assessment is congruent with the thought that soon we will not need to go to a physical library or any other place to learn what we need to learn.

Now that cyberlearning is more acceptable, you’ll see more people who are going to be comfortable with learning in their own homes rather than learning in a classroom. Learn more about cyberlearning by reading publications and viewing information about the particular programs online.

About Archie Ward

I am a writer, blogger and digital media enthusiast. Originally from Australia, I know call Chaing Mai in Thailand my home. I spend most of my time reading and writing, but if I've got to get physical then I find the best forms of exercise are skateboarding, martial arts and plain old walking.

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