According to a study by Brandon-Hall, learners typically take 40% – 60% less time in online learning modes than in typical classroom training. Moreover, e-learning maintains 25% — 60% retention rate, while face-to-face training only just manages to retain 8% — 10% of the same. For these reasons alone companies worldwide have adopted online corporate training and 40% of them admit to achieve an 18% boost in their employee engagement.
Microlearning has become an absolute trend in e-learning. But why do we still speak about it as the main trend in online education, why is there so much buzz around microlearning and is it worth spending time on creating such classes at all?
Online learning offers a wealth of opportunities today. In the past, some stigma was attached to online learning. People believed that an online degree or certificate was not worth as much as one obtained from a real college or university. With many very reputable institutions offering online learning, online degrees now hold real value.
This everlasting battle “online learning vs traditional” has been gaining traction in recent years. While the term college is usually connected with packed auditoriums and chaotic organization, this might stop being true. Distance learning is becoming more and more popular each year.
Webinars are a synchronous type of online learning. They allow viewers to tune into a kind of online lecture/discussion for some time and learn something useful. But are webinars better than a traditional online course? Why should you opt for a webinar whenever you have a choice?
Distance learning is gaining pace. Many companies and tutors have acknowledged the advantages of online education and hurried up to introduce this tool into their work. Today we are going to talk about webinars that are one of the popular ways of organizing distance learning.
Nobody will now disagree that the Internet revolution has been leading to an unimaginable transformation of learning process making possible its remote organization. Hence, modern people have much more chances to gain knowledge faster and easier just from their comfortable armchairs.
The traditional way to conduct a seminar is to conduct recurring meetings by professional organizations. If a seminar is conducted within a firm, multinational corporation, or even within an educational institution, the ultimate aim is same, i.e. to present the outcome of a research and to seek and extract more ideas from the viewers/participants. One can see that traditional mode to conduct a seminar is time consuming and it demands unwanted usage of resources.
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