E-learning (electronic learning) is a term covering a wide set of applications and processes, such as Web-based learning, computer-based learning, virtual classrooms, and digital collaboration. It includes the delivery of content mainly via Internet, but also can be via intranet/extranet (LAN/WAN), audio- and videotape, satellite broadcast, interactive TV, CD-ROM, and more.
Video courses Audiotape courses Computer-based, self-paced training (text- based and with multimedia) E-learning via the Internet.
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Research shows that e-learning works just as well as classroom learning. Some employees may find it difficult to learn in e-learning environment. Some things can be more effective when done in a classroom environment. For example, lab exercises which need access to real hardware.
Learning for learnings sake doesn’t happen in businesses. Your company is not the university environment, and e-learning training is mainly aimed to support the goals of your business; e- learning has to make your company more competitive. For example: you teach C++ because your employees need it to improve their work skills teaching negotiation skills your employees improves your company’s customer support learning about the new product helps your employees to sell your company’s product better.
E-learning doesnt always require a large budget. If you have a small budget, you should look at "renting" or "leasing" entire e-learning solution instead of building one. Or you might consider "renting" a part of your e- learning solution and building only part of it. There are many learning vendors who have e- learning courseware available from their web sites. You can contact one of them to deliver e-learning course to your employees.
The traditional learning solution involves gathering everyone in a classroom and presenting the material. It might be a simple presentation-style lecture class or a full-blown class with lectures, hands-on exercises, and group projects. These traditional solutions have drawbacks: The time it takes to gather all employees in a classroom. The high cost of reaching all of the employees. Earlier technologies for learning at a distance included CD-ROMs, audiotapes, and videotapes. However, in recent years the Internet became most popular e-learning delivery solution because of accessibility, familiarity, and convenience.
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