What is E-Education??





E-Education is an abbreviation of Electronic Education, an electronic media-based education system, such as radio and television and now e-education is education that uses the Internet as its main media. E-education system allows to be accessed through various terminals in various places according to the mobility of access, so that is born mobile education (m-education).


1. Information System of E-education

2. Chatting

3. News Group

4. Web Page

5. Planning of learn

6. electronic consultation

7. E-Laboratory

8. E-book

9. E-news

10. Video Conference


We live in a world where nearly everyone carries a connected device almost all of the time. Our workplaces rely on digital technology for success and there are more and more one-to-one schools every year. By learning using the same devices they use in their day-to-day lives and in their jobs, students and employees become more equipped for success in all aspects. In other words, elearning trains people using the tools and media that reflect society.


Money is always an issue in education and technology can help. Virtual field trips, electronic forms instead of paper, email instead of printed memo’s, virtual labs, electronic textbooks, and the thousands of free online resources can all save schools money and give students excellent educational experiences.

Teachers can use technology to find resources and attend virtual professional development seminars and conferences (most are free). They can also create personal learning networks (PLN) with Ning, Twitter, and other resources to find and share ideas and resources, and get support from their colleagues.

Technology can give teachers and students great resources, new opportunities for learning, ways to collaborate and create, and save money. Technology is a very powerful tool for education.


1. Shorten the distance. Educational institutions can get closer to students where physical distance can be overcome by simply clicking on the site. Meanwhile, the bureaucracy between educators and students can be shortened, where students can directly send messages and conduct direct consultation via e-mail.

2. Expanding range. Learners can become widespread in comparison with traditional education systems that are location-limited.

3. Expansion of partner networks. Educational institutions can also expand network of partners. It is traditionally very difficult for an educational institution to build communication with an agency or company outside the city or even abroad. But through the creation of agency sites then the contacts can be done easily, quickly and cheaply.

4. Educational institutions do not need to be physically present in various cities and corners, but can carry out educational processes in various locations. In addition, lectures do not require the cost of physical construction, and the arrangement of class schedules is very burdensome department and university officials. Through this system the cost of communication can also be kept as low as possible.

5. Through a paperless pattern in which the distribution of educational materials, test answers can be done electronically, thereby saving in time to integrate with existing databases on central computers and delivery times, as well as paper and postage costs.

6. Other benefits include improving agency image, improving education services, simplifying processes, increasing productivity, facilitating access to information, reducing transportation costs and increasing flexibility.


1. Students can follow the education process accurately, quickly, interactively and cheaply.

2. Flexible. Students can follow the education process from various places with various conditions, such as from home, resting place, cafe or other place. Students also do not need to condition themselves to dress and look neat as in traditional education.


1. Born of the era of e-education opens new job opportunities with new work patterns and capital. Since e-education does not replace the traditional school system, it will at least provide hope for new employment availability.

2. E-Education will be a platform for intercultural competition of globalized education so that people can enjoy a standard quality education matrix at competitive prices.

3. The birth of the era of e-education presents a new challenge for the academic world to prepare human resources who understand and master the field.

4. Researchers are challenged to analyze the shifts in learning patterns, educational processes and payments of SKS in an effort to find new understanding and development of new theories and concepts. 3. The e-education system allows access to educational materials remotely. The academic world is challenged to find a quality long distance education pattern


1. Addressing the lack of physical space learning infrastructure.

2. Provides opportunities to make savings in an integrated manner

3. Compliance with the demands of human resource quality standards

4. Changes and adjustments of educational materials can be done easier & cheaper

5. Flexible, no reason about time and place

6. IPTEK transfer & distribution is very fast, any new material can be presented soon


1. Unmotivated learners and poor learning behavior will be retarded in learning

2. Learners can feel isolated and problematic in social interaction

3. Teachers may not always be able to provide time when needed A slow and unreliable internet connection can be frustrating

4. Some subjects / courses may be difficult to realize in the form of eLearning

5. Learners should take the time to learn the software / eLearning application so that it can disrupt the learning load

6. Learners who are not familiar with the structure and software routines will be left behind from his classmates.

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