Online learning in education continues to grow at a fast pace. Data backs up this up, with K-12 schools getting into the act. Online learning is the answer – from a cost and learning perspective.
There are two types of e-learning: Asynchronous Based Learning and Synchronous Based Learning. While one offers full interactivity and true adaptive learning wrapped in a non-linear approach, the other does not. So are they both really WBT? I say no.
E-Learning’s biggest challenge isn’t from outside, it is from within the training community. We have been led to believe that ILT reigns supreme and as a result, the adoption rates of e-learning are lower than expected. This from an industry (e-learning) that has been existence for more than 12 years.
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Raptivity features a lot of interaction models, but it fails to deliver due to a UI that requires too many steps and a plethora of “previews” that appears in your interaction window, but not actually in your Essentials pack.
SharePoint is being seen as the cure all for social learning, yet what many fail to realize is that it is not without its challenges. Cost, time, IT resources are just the first three.
While e-learning products and solutions are offering more and more features, they still haven’t focused on the one feature that is essential to their success – user interfaces that are easy to understand and utilize.
With so many product out in the market, now more than ever, it is imperative to find solutions that are innovative and provide a rich feature set for their end users. These products hit the mark.
The premise of WBT courses is being morphed from its true premise of non-linear learning, where an end user can access anywhere, at any time, and as often as they want into a section or sub-section of a course, into a ILT approach, under the guise of online learning.
Any e-learning solution is always enhanced with a strong web conferencing system. But before you select your wc vendor, you will want to find out if the “must-haves” exist, what are their capabilities and how you can utilize them to maximize the effectiveness of your learning program. This week’s topic focuses on the “record” capability.