Digital Education Transformation: A Pedagogical Revolution

Periodicity:July - September'2020


India as a country has been the proponent of the Guru Kul system where the ‘guru-shishya’ method of teaching was adopted. Ever since, educational pedagogy has undergone a revolution which has primarily been technology driven with ICT at its forefront. IT firms are moving towards Social media, Mobility, Analytics & Cloud (SMAC) technologies each bringing its own set of advantages. Paper to pixel transformation encompasses cloud learning & other such ever evolving IT technologies to make education ubiquitous not limited to the confines of time & space. After the invention of the printing press which transformed education, the digital domain is now ushering in a brand-new era of learning. Digital transformation is pervasive & can be understood as the changes that digital technology causes or influences in all aspects of human life. Digital transformation is not a destination, but a journey. Emerging technologies will cause evolution in ways of working, systems & processes across the system, with the aim of adding value to the users. Digital technology enriches learning in many ways. A wealth of information & resources is also available to be tapped. 21st century known as the digital age with disruption in almost all technological fields has also touched education in a big way. It is hence inescapable for education as a science/ art not to be invaded by this sea change. India too is not far behind & has implemented many policies & programmes to ensure it reclaims its lost glory as the & education as in the yester years.


Digital education, SMAC, ICT, Robotics, Digital Transformation 2.0, Industry 4.0, IoT, Smart Learning, National Education Policy, National Knowledge network, MOOC, Collaborative Learning, National Digital Library, Adaptive Learning, Gamification, Technology Enhanced Learning, National Academic Depository, Society 5.0, Flipped learning, STE@M.

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