Peer learning is fast gaining momentum. It means, look with difficulty or concentration. While the traditional classroom teaching and learning is imperishable, this peer learning helps one to further enhance one’s knowledge.
Better known as the global ‘Peer Learning Networks’ (PLNs), its objective is to sharing and distributing of knowledge, as also acquiring information from many academic dons world over just by a click of the mouse! It has no boundary as one can look for any information, be it about the study material or sharpening one’s talent prior to taking up any written or competitive examination.
To make the best use of this free service, log on to website like, Campus bug, academici, Edmodo, research Gate, tribe.net Loomagoo, learn hub and Cramster. The material you pursue is readily available, prepared, checked and edited by highly competent professionals.
Besides, sites like YouTube, Wikipedia, Ning, Slide share and Google Plus also provide all information and study materials. Many students across the country have expressed their gratitude for the wonderful information that comes as a discount to them. They also counsel the students who seek their expertise and guidance.
It is when one gets in touch with the familiar stranger (know by name but never met so far), one would be amazed to find what a wonderful tips off one can get from these sources. Even a doctor, who wishes to seek the latest medical advancement in foreign countries, can have his/ her dreams fulfilled.
Many other social media like the Twitter and Face book have come forward to render best assistance to the information-seeker, be it a school or college student. These networks help one to develop contacts anywhere in the world. Who’s who and what is latest, and the suggestions given by the contacts (like pen pals) are rather effective to surge forward.
Similarly, share what you know of with those who ask for. In the long run, this will be more beneficial to both of you. Over a period of time, one can become a maestro in any subject.
Never forget to greet them on days like the New Year eve.