e-learning

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e-learn·ing

(lĕrn'ing)
Electronic learning; using computer technology for health care education.

e-learning

Facilitates and enhances learning through both computer and communications technology. It can include only the text portion of a computer or it can include Internet-based distance learning using a multimedia-capable computer.
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7, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Revenues for Self-paced eLearning in the United States will drop from the $21.
Using eLearning To Achieve Business Goals - April 21, 2011
Readers nominated it for its ease-of-use and effectiveness in creating rapidly deployable, high-impact eLearning programs," said Catherine Upton, group publisher of Elearning
As greater importance is being placed on director training in general, the use of elearning to deliver this training has also increased.
SEATTLE -- Boost eLearning, provider of end user training on how to use Google[TM] search and the Google Search Appliance[TM] to effectively discover business critical information, today announced it has joined the Google Enterprise Partner Program[TM] which extends the power of Google technologies across the enterprise and helps customers get more value of their Google Enterprise[TM] deployments.
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PENS provides a bridge between systems to make it easier for non-technical authors to contribute to elearning systems, and it also standardizes that bridge among authoring, LMS (learning management systems), LCMS (learning content management) and content management systems," said Tom King, AICC Communication Chairperson and PENS Project Lead.
Social Networking: The Latest eLearning Platform II-49
eLearning, the electronic delivery of training resources, or the process of learning new information over the Internet, allows for varied types of student interactions.
RWD's CRM practice takes a performance-based approach to identifying the keys to a successful CRM implementation, and we believe the CRM Certified eLearning series will provide our clients with the tools and strategies they need to ensure that their employees' performance is aligned with their customer's expectations.
Woodall's white paper provides an "eLearning Readiness Scale" that allows you to evaluate whether your company is ready for eLearning, based on 20 criteria.