PELP is the future of online learning platforms. Coming to you August 2018.
PELP : Project enVision Learning Platform
PELP is an interactive solution for providing education online, and Project enVision is proud to introduce it to it’s Organization. PELP is a massive project taken on by Rushil Srivastava and other members of Project enVision. When Project enVision started back in 2015, we had a dream to provide free resources to Students everywhere, and creating a platform in which Volunteers could share their own skills no matter where they are.
What does that mean for me?
Now that our dream has finally become reality, our volunteers will be posting content here for you to learn, and enjoy. This is particularly important, as PELP allows Project enVision to provide courses both Online and Live without ever losing contact. For example, our Java Courses have multiple levels, with each level getting harder than the last. Students found it very hard to go to each level as they were in different locations over a large period of time. With PELP, you can never lose that feeling you get when you learn something new.
Detailed Analysis For Instructors
PELP allows Instructors to dynamically analyze how students are doing, ultimately allowing us to better help you. PELP can be a big help in Live classes where Instructors are unsure of students who have completed the prior courses. Once you complete one of our courses on our site, you will be sent a Certificate of Completion which you can print out and keep for your records, as well as an online badge.
Not Just A Website, It’s a Learning Environment.
PELP is not just a course system. No, not at all, in-fact it is a learning environment. Each of our courses come with private forums for that course in which students can ask questions regarding that course, and students and instructors subscribed to that course will be able to answer. Members can also post to our Public Forums, in which they can have community polls and discussions. We have a detailed Member System, in which members can send private messages, and a unique drive system in which students can share content and work with others on.
Project enVision Learning Platform is a project created by Rushil Srivastava, with help from Infinite Strings' Technology.