The benefits of the E-learning

In today’s world where everything changes so quickly, E-Learning offers many benefits to both learners and organizations.
It is important for companies to rapidly update employee’s knowledge, skills and newest marketing techniques. Classroom training is of course very helpful, but taking employees away from their daily work for many hours is so expensive that fewer and fewer companies can afford classroom training.
E-Learning is a great way to bypass this problem because it offers great freedom to teachers and students, allowing them to easily update contents. It is also possible to effortlessly run a virtual classroom with hundreds of students with great interactivity, or to record a video conference and transform it into training content, and even keep track of everyone’s training status.

What are the trends?
Just like most other assets of the digital transformation, E-Learning has developed some rapidly growing trends:
Social Learning. This first trend concerns the possibility of learning through a social experience that can easily be shared, commented and updated. Students can easily become an active part of the E-Learning process through virtual classrooms, video conferences, forums, media libraries, chat rooms.
Micro-Learning. By dividing the contents into short audio or video files, students have the freedom of learning whenever they have time.
Video and Audio E-Learning. YouTube testifies the importance of video as a communication tool, a trend that has also been applied to E-Learning. In 2016, 98% of European Companies increased videos in their online training process.
Mobile Learning. The spread of tablets and smartphones at affordable prices has helped consolidate the tendency of enjoying E-Learning away from desks, classrooms, and libraries.

In today’s world where everything changes so quickly, E-Learning offers many benefits to both learners and organizations.
It is important for companies to rapidly update employee’s knowledge, skills and newest marketing techniques. Classroom training is of course very helpful, but taking employees away from their daily work for many hours is so expensive that fewer and fewer companies can afford classroom training.
E-Learning is a great way to bypass this problem because it offers great freedom to teachers and students, allowing them to easily update contents. It is also possible to effortlessly run a virtual classroom with hundreds of students with great interactivity, or to record a video conference and transform it into training content, and even keep track of everyone’s training status.

What are the trends?
Just like most other assets of the digital transformation, E-Learning has developed some rapidly growing trends:
Social Learning. This first trend concerns the possibility of learning through a social experience that can easily be shared, commented and updated. Students can easily become an active part of the E-Learning process through virtual classrooms, video conferences, forums, media libraries, chat rooms.
Micro-Learning. By dividing the contents into short audio or video files, students have the freedom of learning whenever they have time.
Video and Audio E-Learning. YouTube testifies the importance of video as a communication tool, a trend that has also been applied to E-Learning. In 2016, 98% of European Companies increased videos in their online training process.
Mobile Learning. The spread of tablets and smartphones at affordable prices has helped consolidate the tendency of enjoying E-Learning away from desks, classrooms, and libraries.

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