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Benefits of Online Training Enormous
E-Learning Advantages Widely Recognized
Over the last decade or so, online learning has transformed learning communities globally. While online learning was being built on the success of distance learning and the use of computers in classrooms, much discussion has surrounded its practice. That discussion has centered around the evolution and emergence of new teaching and learning practices and the debate about whether online learning is ‘as good as’ traditional face-to-face education.
What was once viewed with suspicion has become widely accepted practice. Online learning, or e-learning, has become a desirable and recognized learning format. The Ontario Ministry of Education and Training, as well as universities, colleges, and high and elementary schools all around the world, is embracing e-learning.
A well designed instructor-led online learning program greatly enhances educational opportunities and learning outcomes since it encourages active participation and contribution by learners. Because of that, and for an abundance of other reasons, many students prefer online learning to the traditional bricks-and-mortar classroom. Changes in both teaching and learning have emerged from the union of the following: the evolution of information and communication technologies; an active and motivated teaching corps that has created new approaches to teaching; and an equally active and motivated learning corps that has contributed as much to how to teach online as they have to how to learn online.
While opponents to online learning make the case that bricks-and-mortar institutions are the best way to attain an education, proponents will quickly say that institutions such as colleges and universities, as well as online learners themselves would disagree.
Today’s colleges and universities not only have a number of systems for using new technology to support learning and teaching, they openly compete to exploit new technologies.
Today, it makes good sense to both instructors and learners to use technology to deliver effective security training that incorporates modern and traditional learning methodologies.
Through the use of asynchronous and synchronous classes, instructors and learners can interact in meaningful ways that enhance the learning experience. Trainees can login to an online classroom to access lessons based on curriculum guidelines, and participate in online discussions utilizing threaded discussions, real-time chat, and video conferencing.