The modern day e-learning environment can be divided into two categories: synchronous and asynchronous.
There's been a great deal of discussion over the last few years related to informal learning. Today, just about any training magazine, website, or conference probably devotes significant time to talking about informal learning.
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Teaching ‘people skills’ can be difficult, but e-learning makes it easier than ever to get your customer-facing teams trained with the proper customer service skills to deliver amazing customer service experiences.
Whether it’s delivering K-12 education to children in foreign countries or compliance training to multi-national corporations, e-learning is transforming how information is distributed.
Blended learning is a hot phrase in the training world, and it usually refers to a mixing of traditional face-to-face classroom facilitation with computer-based modules — usually self-paced online training. Proponents of blended learning point to several benefits of the approach, including: