Encroachment of Cloud Education for the Present Educational Institutions

D. R. Robert Joan*
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Christian College of Education, Marthandam, Tamil Nadu, India.
Periodicity:February - April'2015
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jcc.2.2.3446


In this article the author explains how cloud education can provide reasonable and high-value education services for contemporary students, teachers, parents and administrators. Also the benefits for students and faculties by cloud education in educational institutions are discussed as cloud education is very necessary for the information society institution. Technology will get integrated into every aspect of the institutions and thus cloud education will change the classrooms, games fields, gyms and school trips. Whether offsite or onsite, the school, teachers, students and support staff will all be connected. In the cloud education system, all the classrooms will be paperless and the world will become the classroom. E-learning will change teaching and learning process in the educational situations. Students can learn from anywhere and teachers can teach from anywhere. The cloud can also encourage independent learning. Teachers could adopt a flipped classroom approach and students can take ownership of their own learning. Teachers can put resources for students through online to use. These could be videos, documents, audio podcasts or interactive images. All of these resources can be accessed through a student's computer, smart-phone or tablet with an internet connection by Wifi, 3G or 4G.


Cloud Education, Cloud Advance in Education, Education Cloud Service, Cloud Computing Services, Cloud Classrooms and Cloud Education in Educational Institutions.

How to Cite this Article?

Joan, D. R. R. (2015). Encroachment of Cloud Education for the Present Educational Institutions. i-manager’s Journal on Cloud Computing, 2(2), 7-13. https://doi.org/10.26634/jcc.2.2.3446


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