Train your Team with Synchronous and Asynchronous eLearning

PSB

The major benefit of eLearning is that one can learn from any part of the world about anything. These formats can be grouped broadly into two categories: synchronous and asynchronous. Synchronous eLearning can also be called as real-time learning. Introduction.

3 LMS Must-Have’s to Support Synchronous eLearning

TalentLMS

One of the biggest benefits of e-learning is the flexibility it offers, learners anywhere around the world can all become a part of the same course and learning community. With all of this flexibility and the ability to cater to each learner’s preferred learning style, most e-learning course strategies are divided into what is known as synchronous and asynchronous learning categories. What is Synchronous Learning?

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Digital Learning glossary

Coorpacademy

Adaptive Learning, ATAWAD, serious Game, entertraining… Are you often lost in the jargon of e-learning and digital technology? Don’t panic, to help you find your way around, we’ve put together a little Digital Learning glossary! Adaptive Learning.

10 Visual Learning Software

Ed App

Nowadays, the use of technology in supplementing training and education is widely used to engage users in their learning process, making training effective. Visual Learning Software #1 – EdApp. EdApp is an award-winning visual learning software perfect for training your teams.

Top 10 Virtual Learning Environments

Ed App

Virtual learning environments and other online learning platforms have become an increasingly essential part of today’s education and training landscapes, especially due to the recent pandemic. Nowadays, virtual learning environments come with varying capabilities.

Paradigm war

Clive on Learning

Five years on and we're no nearer to obtaining a common understanding of the term e-learning. It seems that e-learning specialists are like economists - put any two in a room and you will generate at least three competing theories. In my view we have three paradigms at play in e-learning, each engaged in at least a border dispute with the other, if not outright war. Paradigm three makes the immediacy of the classroom available to learners at a distance.