What is E-learning?

E-learning

E-learning refers to using electronic applications and digital tools to educate and transfer skills and knowledge.  It includes online learning, computer-based learning, virtual workshops, video conferencing, web forums, online libraries, mobile apps and other instruments. All content is delivered via the Internet and specialized software. It is a new approach to education and training where…. Read more

How To Keep Your Students Engaged In E-learning

Remain up-to-date. All information you provide needs to be relevant and up-to-date. Moreover, your plan and all headings should clearly explain what you are going to deliver in the online class today. Keep it structured. Nothing should distract your online students from the content. Keep it simple and organized. Be interesting. Help students to concentrate…. Read more

How Corporations Use eLearning Platforms

Today every company can benefit from the opportunities that eLearning platforms can offer in terms of training, employee’s professional development, reducing costs and working with partners and clients. Let’s have a look how corporations have already used online learning platforms: 1. Recruitment via eLearning Companies are paying MOOC platforms to find the brightest and the most…. Read more

Education Around The World [Infographic]

Trade and globalization have lead to an extremely competitive economic environment between countries. Some countries will hold advantages over others with education a critical feature in determining how well these countries perform. Well trained, educated workers tend be better paid as their productivity is more likely to be greater. UNESCO have gathered statistics which are…. Read more

To MOOC or not to MOOC? [Infographic]

The interesting infographic above takes a look at some of the pros and cons of MOOCS, and some statistics about their successes and popularity.  MOOCS – Still Going Strong? MOOCS offer lots of advantages: They are usually free Offers a solution to facility overcrowding Creates a dynamic archive of class material Force professors to improve lectures Break…. Read more

How Digital Learning Is Growing [Infographic]

The infographic above provides an interesting timeline of digital learning, shows some of the different categories that digital learning comprises, and offers up some interesting statistics on the number of people participating in online learning and the growth that it has seen over the years.  Digital Learning Keeps On Growing Digital learning is nothing new, even though…. Read more

3 Different Things You Can Do With Google Classroom

Google’s advance in the education field has brought to schools around the globe affordable devices and effortless access to educational content. Google’s latest solution for learning is called Google Classroom and it will be available at the beginning of the school year. Check what you can do with Google Classroom and how it can be…. Read more

How MOOCs Are Being Used In Europe [Infographic]

The interesting infographic above takes a look at how Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are starting to bridge what is usually a gap between higher education and more practical education.  MOOCs, Skills, and Jobs By 2020, there will be around 900,000 tech jobs in the EU Employers are looking for workers with web and app design skills,…. Read more

The skills gap [Infographic]

Bridging the Gap in Today’s Skill Lacking Economy The Skills Gap Infographic focuses on the extreme skill gap in today’s economy. Is it a skill gap or education gap? The growing gap between the market places’ current skills and the future capabilities of the marketplace to meet the needs for future development is what is…. Read more

5 benefits of technology in education

The importance of technology in education: 1. Future-oriented  The future is all about technology and multi-screening. Education cannot lag behind. 2. Learning becomes interesting  It engages students with new interactive methods. 3. Improving skills  It improves a wide variety of skills such as communication, planning, problem-solving etc. 4. Collaboration Students can work and collaborate with people…. Read more