Recent research from US web-based training company certifyme.net indicates that 77% of American corporations use online learning. The research also reported that organisations save up to 70% on training costs when they replace classroom-based learning with e-learning. It’s no accident that e-learning is a US$56.2 billion business globally, and is likely to double in size before 2015.
“E-learning” refers to any form of learning – and teaching – that is supported electronically. It could mean using the internet to communicate with a teacher and other students at universities, or it might refer to tailor-made programmes delivered via desktop computers and mobile devices and aided by quizzes, games and video to enhance learning. …. Read More
By: Kirsty Chadwick 7 Apr 2013