E-Learning through Single Hand and Two Hand Sign Language
Keywords:E-learning, single hand sign language, two hand sign.
E-learning is commonly referred to the intentional use of networked information and communications technology for teaching and learning. e-Learning exploits interactive technologies and communication systems to improve the learning experience. It has the potential to transform the way we teach and learn across the board. It can raise standards, and widen participation in lifelong learning. E-learn is useful method that has contributed in facilitating education for deaf mute people. Deaf mute people are able to get benefit from this technology by increasing their skills and improving their knowledge. They can use the mobility feature to learn anywhere and at any time. Most of the deaf students easily learn and develop skill and knowledge in e-learning method. Now a day’s e-learning tools are mostly used in learning method. E-learning includes computer and electronically supported learning and teaching methods. E-learning used in Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual based learning and digital technology. In this paper we study which type of sign language is best for learning.
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