Online learning has been a major influence in the realm of education for several decades now. Some even claim that online learning is the future of higher education and education as a whole. Others believe such claims are far-fetched.
No matter which side you are on, it’s undeniable that online learning has opened numerous doors to students of different ages and backgrounds from all over the world. Nevertheless, some students are not as well-equipped for online learning as others.
The pandemic made us rethink the way we work. It also made us rethink the way we sell products and services. When in-person opportunities faded, marketers that still wanted an interactive way to share information with their target audiences turned to an old standby—the webinar.
Marketers’ use of webinars is up 11% year over year. Furthermore, more than half plan to incorporate them into their video marketing strategy in20211, and almost all believe webinars have increased understanding of their product or service.
Increasingly, more businesses are shifting their operations into the digital realm. Almost every company has an online variant. The result is a largely virtual workforce.
But how do business owners, managers, supervisors, and trainers keep tabs on their workers who are at home? What happens whenever there is a team meeting? How do online businesses handle tasks that require interaction within the team?
The term “e-learning” was first coined by Elliott Masie in 1999. He defined the “e” in e-learning as the experience dimension of learning that includes engagement, curiosity, simulation, and practice.
Ever since the emergence of the term, e-learning has had several definitions. Sangrà et al., in their publication, grouped e-learning into four categories: technology-driven, delivery-system-oriented, communication-oriented, and educational-paradigm-oriented.
There are several reasons why your invitation to a webinar or other e-mails may be flagged as spam. These could range from keywords that fall under the spam filter to an incorrect HTML code or just a crookedly configured e-mail box. Let’s take a look at the main reasons why your e-mails end up in spam.