e-Learning is one of the most cost-effective
ways to train people today. With Web Based Training, materials
can be available as self-study or real time training
in the next building or 10,000 miles away. With Mobile Device Training, users can access information wherever the app is being used.
e-Learning can be used to train people
on subjects as different as software use, medical device
use and setup, negotiation skills, financial concepts, flying airplanes,
or managing project teams. The applications are limited only
by the imagination.
And e-learning is always available - during
scheduled sessions, in the evening, on weekends, over lunch,
for new hire or refresher training.
e-Learning allows both the trainer and trainee
maximum flexibility with regard to training pace and location.
The most frequently developed types of e-learning are:
Training (CBT) is typically distributed on
CD-ROM for use at an individual's workstation. Because it
is a CD or network based system, CBT can include large video
(movie) and audio files, including options for multiple language
versions on a single CD. CBT can also include testing mechanisms
(demos or quizzes) with internal right/wrong messaging.
Web Based Training
(WBT) is delivered over the internet, or
over a client company's intranet. WBT programs can support
the same types of media as CBT, limited only by bandwidth.
WBT programs can also include a variety of testing mechanisms,
many of which can feed back to a database to help you evaluate
both the trainees and the training.
Interactive Learning is typically delivered
to many learners, at multiple sites, at the same time. These
programs use shared desktops and real time chat lines to
bring information to a geographically dispersed audience.
Mobile Device Training (MDT) is typically done through a thin application that is available within the basic user app.
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