e-learning is a use of electronic media, web technology and devices as tools to deliver learner-centered pedagogy and enhance learning in flexible, engaging and collaborative manner. E-learning ultimate goal is to improve training, accessibility, communication and interaction among staff–staff, staff–student and student–student.

Digital learning, mobile learning, online learning, web-based learning, Distributed learning, Computer-assisted instruction, or Internet-based learning are synonymously used for e-learning.

IMC solutions meeting online learning trends.

IMC is geared up to meet the market expectation and online learning trends with the blend of SME, Content, Design and Learning Technology platform.

Success Stories

Why Blended learning?

In 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that fifty-seven countries over the world lack 4.2 million health care workers, including medical doctors, nurses and allied health care workers. There is a dire need of qualified health professionals not just in India but all over the world.

Another great burden that the healthcare industry is facing is inadequacy and lack of access of quality healthcare training. Many countries world over has taken up e-learning for training healthcare professionals owing to its improved access.

A very popular report delivered by Garrison and Kanuka tells that blended learning which is asynchronous Internet communication technology inculcated into live teaching serves to facilitate a simultaneous independent and collaborative learning experience.”

There are various studies that have indicated the importance of a blended learning approach for medical education and health professionals. Let us see what evidence says:

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Favored by students

Medical students favour e-learning resources especially interactive activities, animations, video demonstrations, video clips of experts and self-assessment exercises.

Convenient access

Blended learning approach gives an opportunity to have good learning experiences even outside the classrooms. Medical students appreciate e- learning courseware as they have many options, and learning is personalized and self- directed

Cost effective approach

Blended learning approach reduces the cost of training a medical student by almost 24% to educate a student at the same level of evidence-based medicine competency when compared with traditional face to face learning.

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Enhanced learning and quality improvement skills

When there is provision of information and sharing and doing online activities and assignments in groups, there is an active involvement of the student. This has a more positive influence on learning when compared to didactic lectures.

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Enhance faculty effectiveness

E learning tools in medical education helps increase faculty effectiveness and also provides better learning experiences for medical students. Provided the institutions are ready to provide the infrastructure for the installation of the programs, blended learning can go a great way in making well educated, good quality doctors.

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