REFERENCESFor textual information,
Unpublished course notes by Ece Z, Topkaya
InternetThe cost of creating and distributing video dropped dramatically due to digital compression and high-speed Internet access
Computer-Computer based learning by Skinner, in 1994.
-The WWW was formally launched, in 1991.
-The first web browser, which is Mosaic, was made available, in 1993.
-The Web enabled the development of the first learning management systems (MOODLE, Blackboard).
-Social media such as wikis, blogs, youtube videos etc.
-E learning (MOOCS, e-learning)
Audio and Video CastingOver time, new technologies like audio and video casting were introduced.
Satellite BroadcastingTelevision usage for education spread quickly in the 1970s but, after that satellite broadcasting became available.
TelevisionIt was first used in schools, and for general adult education.
Teaching MachinesSkinner started experimenting with teaching machines that made use of programmed learning.
Skinner's teaching machines were one of the first forms of computer-based learning.
BroadcastingBBC began broadcasting educational radio programs for schools.
Development in Transport InfrastructureIt led to formal correspondence education. And also, early phases of the internet, textual communication became the main communication.
-The open universities in London and Turkey
Blackboards/chalkboardsIt became used in schools
Printing pressMany more people in government and business were required to become literate and analytical, which led to a rapid expansion of formal education in Europe.
Scrolled ManuscriptsHandwritten by monks
Slate boardswere in use in India
Written DocumentsBy the fifth century BCE, existed in ancient Greece