King's International University offers the Open University programmes through the Web Portal and authorised E- Learning Points spread nationally and globally. E-Learning points assist in conducting examinations and providing learning access for students.
The E-Learning Point act as an access point for advising, counselling, admissions or rendering any assistance required by the student in the context of the University's Technology Enabled Learning Programme. The University has a strong international network of e-Learning Points to assist its vision of online education. This provides the opportunity for the student to choose an e-Learning Point that is easily accessible to them. To ensure the quality of the education the University authorised e-Learning Points are equipped with an effective interactive Technology Enabled Learning System.
The University offers a unique multi entry and multi exit system called the pyramid structure of the course under a system wherein a 10+2 student after going through one year of under graduate programme can take a diploma and exit or continue with the graduation degree. The Diploma students can then enter the same system after some time and continue from where they had left. Such admissions are termed as credit transfer which is the same mechanism for Post Graduate courses as well. The Examination pattern of the University ensures that understanding and knowledge of the candidate is extensively tested.
Technology Enabled Learning is an umbrella term that describes learning done on a computer, usually connected to a network, giving us the opportunity to learn almost anytime, anywhere. Technology Enabled Learning) is not unlike any other form of education - and it is widely accepted that Technology Enabled Learning can be as rich and as valuable as the classroom experience or even more so. With its unique features Technology Enabled Learning is an experience that leads to comprehension and mastery of new skills and knowledge, just like its traditional counterpart.
Instructional Design for Technology Enabled Learning has been perfected and refined over many years using established teaching principles, with many benefits to students. As a result colleges, universities, businesses, and organisations worldwide now offer their students fully accredited online degree, vocational, and continuing education programs in abundance.
Some other terms frequently interchanged with Technology Enabled Learning include:
» Online learning
» Online education
» Web-based training
» Computer-based training (generally thought of as learning from a CD-ROM)
Technology Enabled Learning is a broad term used to describe learning done at a computer.