Webinar as the Future Educational Tool in Higher Education of India: A Survey-Based Study

  title={Webinar as the Future Educational Tool in Higher Education of India: A Survey-Based Study},
  author={Sanjib Kumar Gupta and Nabanita Sengupta},
  journal={Technology, Knowledge and Learning},
  pages={1111 - 1130}
In contemporary times online learning process has become indispensable for higher education in India. The common practice of chalk and talk method is no longer the only recommended method of pedagogy. As a result, blackboards are gradually being replaced by digital smart boards and LCD screens which allow both traditional and technological modes of teaching. Government of India also realises the immense potential that such technologies have. In this direction, ‘Digital India’ is a one step… 
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