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7 Advantages of E-learning Infographic There are a number of advantages associated with implementing e-learning and our customers come to us for different reasons. Here are 7 advantages of e-learning.
The Advantages and Disadvantages eLearning is has boomed over recent years to become a very popular method of learning. In the CIPD’s 2013 Learning and Talent Development Study, 74% of companies reported using some level of e-learning with 91% of companies reporting it to be very useful when combined with other methods and nearly ¾ of respondents saying it is essential for learning. Clearly it cannot be ignored.
E-learning and technology E-learning and how technology is transforming education Not too long ago, the word “learning” conjured up an image of a classroom filled with children sitting at their desks with their notebooks and pencils, while their teacher toiled away at the blackboard, chalk in one hand, explaining how to solve an equation.
The Benefits of Elearning One of the impacts of the credit crunch has been a fresh look at the potential of e-learning.

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