INTRODUCTION TO E-LEARNING: WHAT NEEDS TO BE CONSIDERED?
We are often bombarded with tech-anglicisms these days and don't really know what they mean. The term e-learning can quickly become confusing for laymen, but in facts e-learning is a self-explanatory and dynamic concept with extremely positive effects for those involved. Basically, in this introduction to e-learning you will learn, that the definition of e-learning includes learning in digital spaces and thus further education can be advanced. E-learning provides several advantages, but there is no all-encompassing solution.
Therefore, SWISSTEACH would like to give you an introduction to e-learning and thus explain what this new method of learning is all about and what the great advantages and potentials are
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INTRODUCTION TO E-LEARNING FROM THE USER´S POINT OF VIEW
As with other digital services, the introduction to e-learning involves looking at the user`s and provider`s point of view at both times. Users or customers here are understood as those who take advantages of the offer. The term customer does not always have to be correct, because there are also different forms of learning for pupils where e-learning can occur as a great way of help, but after all the underlying concept is the same. The idea is that one party creates an appealing offer where e-learning takes place and the other party can satisfy its hunger for knowledge and thus great advantages can be taken of this offer.
DEFINITION OF THE TERM: UNDERSTANDING E-LEARNING
What should not be missed in our introduction to e-learning is a consideration of the term and also a delimitation. This is not so easy, because according to the definition, various forms of technology-supported learning can be included. Especially in the field of technology and internet support, common forms of e-learning can be found in digital platforms today. These systems are often combined with support for the providers of one e-learning in order to create the ideal offer, from which in turn the users can benefit.
But the term e-learning can also be used in an extensive and variable way beyond this. This could include, for example, the following forms:
Even video conferences, which are now frequently used, can be considered as e-learning, depending on the content and added value.
Management systems support various forms of e-learning to the fullest.
Even programmes for modelling and simulating certain situations can be interpreted and used accordingly.
In addition, various forms of digital learning are also used in pedagogy, in which users are familiarised with the learning content in a playful way.
But: This article will also focus on an introduction to e-learning platforms and their added value for customers.
AS A LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PROVIDER WE HAVE THE RIGHT SOLUTION FOR YOU
Now you know what distinguishes us as a Learning Management System provider. In addition, we would like to briefly introduce our systems to you:
Cleveranto® is our simple, small solution for beginners. It enables you to start directly without implementation time. Simple, clever, affordable - your employees and colleagues will be delighted. And also by the very easy handling of the system.
As an experienced LMS provider, we know of course that such a solution cannot do without the right e-learning content. On the one hand, we offer you standard e-learning content, but we are also happy to create completely individual content for you!
THE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PROVIDER YOU CAN TRUST
Good e-learning content is attractively designed, to the point and intuitive to use. Only under these conditions can the developed content enrich the work of your employees. However, the implementation of these aspects requires a lot of experience and continuous development.
It's a good thing that with SWISSTEACH you have a competent Learning Management System provider at your side! For further information about e-learning or blended learning, as well as on our range of services, please CONTACT our team!