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Schools today recognize that IT literacy is critical for success in the worldwide digital economy. As such, basic computing skills are a requirement, or at least an aspiration, of every education system. To address the need of providing these skills to as many students as possible, countries have often opted to deploy relatively affordable PC labs.While PC labs allow basic knowledge acquisition, they are not optimum for developing more advanced skills. Students need to develop 21st century skills to be best prepared to succeed in today’s global economy.Students need to develop 21st century skills to be best prepared to succeed in today’s global economy.
These skills—technology and media literacy, effective communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and collaboration—are best developed in effective eLearning environments that include ICT. The more advanced the eLearning environment, the greater the learning capacity for 21st century skills.A PC lab is a dedicated classroom where students use computers to acquire basic technology skills. Knowledge; whether ICT, social studies or math, is acquired at a basic level, with a minimal amount of collaboration. PC labs are a common starting point for information and communications technology (ICT) in education.

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Benefits of Classroom eLearning

Any technology investment returns greater value when the technologies are used more frequently and effectively. In addition, technology’s educational impact also increases as technology is more deeply integrated into the educational experience. Classroom eLearning, along with professional development and digital curriculum resources, facilitates this integration. It allows technology to become a practical tool for teaching reading, writing, science, math, social studies, and other core subjects. Students develop computer skills—and much more—as they use technology to conduct research, read and analyze a wide range of materials, create reports and presentations showing what they’ve learned, and publish their results. They become active learners and producers of knowledge, not passive recipients, and they develop the skills and attitudes necessary for success in a 21st century, knowledge-based economy.Since students don’t have to leave the classroom to go to a technology lab,classroom eLearning makes more time available for instruction and learning, further contributing to the educational value.


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