E-learning slowly but surely wins ground even in the most traditional and conservative institutions, and today almost every school and every organization relies on e-learning if not completely, then at least to some extent. It is a valuable instructi
Hello everyone, I am currently researching the impact that online learning has on employees and organisations on behalf of a training company to enable them to implement new learning strategies. Can you please spend 10-15 minutes answering a short an
I would imagine the majority of the population when asked this question would cringe and think back to that moment when they first experienced eLearning. I remember it well. Half asleep, listening to th
Our final blog in the series looking at the advantages and disadvantages of the most popular approaches to learning such as In-House training and public scheduled training looks at eLearning. By reading all 3 of these blogs you can hopefully get a r
Hello fellow DPG people. Hope you are well.
I wondered if you could help me with a debate I'm having (mainly with myself but also with others).
Now, I keep it no secret that I'm a huge fan of eLearning. It's taken a while but I can now actually admi
Building storyboards, writing scripts, recording voiceovers, working with animators and music producers were never tasks I associated with Learning and Development when I kicked off my career. Some years later, all of this activity regularly appears
The fix I am of course referring to is the good old prefix, more specifically the prefix used to identify types of learning delivery methods. The most notorious being the ‘e’ in e-learning and more recently the ‘m’ in m-learning.
There has been de
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