E-Learning as a global trend is gathering momentum not only for children but importantly for adult continuous education and improvement.
It is more than simply cramming material and reading books. eLearning is a more effective and modernised way of digesting, practicing and being assessed upon the necessary information with the help of IT, a personal computer, smartphone, VR simulator, or other digital device. It doesn’t matter if you take notes at home on a video lecture posted on YouTube, or practice landing an airplane in the training centre simulator – you use e-learning.
In the past, eLearning was limited to routine testing on computers, reading e-books, or watching videos. But information technology is constantly evolving, and e-learning has found more use cases today.
Moreover, it received a greater response in the corporate segment than in schools and universities. High quality implementation of e-learning systems in a company allows us to achieve great improved productivity, to solve the issues of professional development and education of personnel, as well as to spend a minimum of time and money.
In day-to-day work, skills are more important than the extensive knowledge of the employee. E-learning systems cover huge areas of business from trade, to finance and management.
At the same time, it allows individual lessons, an independent study of the material in the required volume.
Thus, an interesting process of learning increases understanding of information and eases the process of memorisation greatly.