Digitization of learning in Humanities has made marvels in my life. Being a former student of S. B. Gardi Department of English, Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University, I feel honoured and blessed to have teachers like Prof. Dilip Barad Sir who activated my technological learning skills. Learning Literature through Technology has not only improved my grades but it has enhanced my learning skills up to a greater extent. Digital Learning Skills have made my life simpler and my learning much more meaningful. It feels like I've got virtual wings through which I can fly through the links and collect the precious pearls of understanding, knowledge, and wisdom. My learning experience @Department of English was amazingly awesome like never before! Complex literary phenomena, Concepts, ideologies, authors and Ages were made simple by learning through Technology. Alongside Subjective learning, we learned how to blog, prepare and share presentations, how to present a presentation by well documented records prepared by students as guided by Dr. Dilip Barad Sir. We've got a gift 🎁, yes a gift of our own website in Department! And I'm not the only one who was gifted but each student of Department! Yes, its a Google Site. 😊 My repository of blog assignments, Slideshare presentations, YouTube video presentations, and achievements. We could have neither started not completed our Google Sites without consistent guidance and support of Dr. Dilip Barad Sir. Blogger, Slideshare, Google Docs and Drive, Group Communication by Gmail, Apps, effective utilisation of Social Media, Learning; analysing, and understanding critical approaches through various authors and critics' perspectives by practical demonstration of these technological skills in Class has unfold the uncovered horizons of learning and understanding, rigorous classroom training, teaching through presentations, understanding multiple perceptions by reading of blogs of published by various authors has made a remarkable impact in my life. Now my job is to put my learning into practice with available technological tools in my class. 'If you fish for a man, you feed him for a day, but if you teach a man how to fish then you feed him for his life.' Thank to Prof. Dilip Barad Sir, Head of the Department, S. B. Gardi Department of Englsih, Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University for enlightening us.
Photograph Courtesy: Prof. Dilip Barad Sir