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Learning In The Age Of Technology

Rules of engagement Part 1: Learning in the Age of Technology

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin Engaging your learners. How do you do it? How do you help someone retain information so that there is value in in the time you have spent developing them? In particular, what kind of technologies will be used? Will new tools even have a place in learning and training? Today we are talking about a particular device that has hit the market over the last couple of years. One which is predicted to be in millions of homes within the next…

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Why Use E-Learning?

With limited resources and budgets, many more organizations are now using e-learning as a means to deliver quality training to its workforce. It is not the same as learning face-to-face and it is not always a substitute for traditional classroom instruction. The reality is there is always room for both types of courses. In, fact they can complement each other very well. Instructional Methods E-learning can provide effective instructional methods, such as practicing with associated feedback, combining collaboration activities with self-paced study, personalizing learning paths based on learners’ needs and using simulation or games. E-learning aren’t just ‘page turners’ any…

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