Vol. 1, Issue 13, Part L (2015)
Construction of e-content: A challenge for the knowledge creativity on the digital highway
Dr. N Devaki
E-Contents used in education can be from a number of sources: from traditional electronic journals (E-Journals), and electronic books (eBooks) to more specific formats such as: electronic research reports (E-Research-reports), electronic lecture modules (E-Lecture-modules), electronic lecture notes (E-Lecture notes), and electronic lecture slides (E-Lecture-slides). For the upcoming generation i.e. Digital Natives (Prensky Marc, 2001), we need to create a digital learning culture and environment. E-Learning serves this purpose in its various forms such as web-based learning, computer based learning, mobile-based learning, virtual classrooms, and digital collaboration. The ultimate aim of E-Content development is to create an information rich society where everyone, irrespective of caste, religion, race, region, gender etc., are empowered to create, receive, share and utilize information and knowledge for their economic, social, cultural and political upliftment and development. The investigator developed e-content for selected topics on Motivation, Intelligence, Creativity, Theories of personality in Educational Psychology. The finding of the study reveals that peer group rating scale analysis of e-content for Educational Psychology, as 72% is excellent, 24% very good, 4% good. Hence, the study is highly contributive and challenging for technology integrated pedagogy to the field of Teacher Education.
How to cite this article:
Dr. N Devaki. Construction of e-content: A challenge for the knowledge creativity on the digital highway. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(13): 779-783.