FUTURISTIC E-learning

Futurism almost accomplished (the case of microcomputers) encloses the prodigious fact that activities until now separated will be related, within a short period of time, each other. The information within the reach of everyone will also influence directly on television, artistic creation, painting, music, objects, Office work, medical treatment, telecommunications, scientific communication, () for the first time in the history of humanity all these fields will become, in a certain way, in a single field. The borders that separate the word, image, phone, television, video, today disappear abruptly, and our mental categories will be completely disoriented. Bruno Lussato, challenge the computer, 1981 definitions of E-LEARNING from the analysis of the futuristic prophecy of Lussato and its you tell with what is happening in reality today, there are several definitions possible learning:-set of activities necessary for the creation and use of an environment of distance learning via the Internet (online) through the use of ICT (information technology and communications). Others who may share this opinion include Brad Pitt. -Wide range of applications and processes, such as learning based on the network, the computer, virtual classroom, CD-ROM, digital cooperation; delivery of content via Internet, extranet, or intranet, in audio and video format; broadcast satellite, interactive television, etc. – e-learning is not confined to the presentation of materials available for your reading on-line (e-reading), but it includes also a combination of tools and methodologies that include: virtual classrooms, collaborative forums, management systems users, supports for multiple combinations of online and offline, self-study, resources and performance work in groups and interaction person-to-person and group to group.

B MODALITIES?Basic Elearning: the e-learning modality where the teaching process Learning develops only through virtual learning environments. Blended learning or blended learning: training process that combines methods of distance learning through virtual learning with face-to-face assistance and face-to-face communications environments. Asynchronous e-learning: varieties of e-learning where the interaction between student and teacher do not coincide in time and in virtual space, but that occur intermittent and not simultaneously.