Kajal SenguptaInteractivity is going to be the most important aspect of e-learning in future and where in can you do it as in a virtual classroom? When I switched from face to face teaching to online classes I too was quite apprehensive about how to connect with my students. Fortunately for me the virtual class that I use (http://www.wiziq.com/Virtual_Classroom.aspx) allows this and makes my class interesting.
Pierre van der HovenOnline video is the key. It currently does not work over low bandwidth cell networks such as EDGE. Tuluntulu has solved this problem and streaming video in low or congested environments. See www.tuluntulu.com Perfect for Education
Brenda WoodwardPierre is this tailor made for South Africa?
Pierre van der HovenDeveloped by CSIR by can be used globally. Perfect for developing countries
Brenda WoodwardSorry Pierre I see this is via CSIR and South African tailored.
George BurtonThank you for this interesting and useful article! It would be nice if the universities, colleges and schools deploy such a simple way to study. It's really interesting and exciting for young people! See a success story of an online touch-typing course - http://www.joomplace.com/blog/touch-typing-course-on-joomla.html. A good example of online learning project - interactive and powered with built-in games. I'd like my children to have more such an interesting ways to study!