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E-Learning is a catch-all term that covers a wide range of instructional material that can be delivered on a CD-ROM or DVD, over a local area network (LAN), or on the Internet. It includes Computer-Based Training (CBT), Web-Based Training (WBT), Electronic Performance Support Systems (EPSS), distance or online learning and online tutorials. The major advantage to students is its easy access.
There are some typical elements and a standard approach to developing or authoring eLearning material.

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What is e-Learning?

E-Learning is an umbrella term that describes learning done at a computer, usually connected to a network, giving us the opportunity to learn almost anytime, anywhere.
e-Learning is not unlike any other form of education - and it is widely accepted that e-Learning can be as rich and as valuable as the classroom experience or even more so. With its unique features e-Learning is an experience that leads to comprehension and mastery of new skills and knowledge, just like its traditional counterpart.
Instructional design for e-Learning has been perfected and refined over many years using established teaching principles, with many benefits to students. As a result colleges, universities, businesses, and organizations worldwide now offer their students fully accredited online degree, vocational, and continuing education programs in abundance.

Some other terms frequently interchanged with e-Learning include:
  • Online learning
  • Online education
  • Distance education
  • Distance learning
  • Technology-based training
  • Web-based training
  • Computer-based training (generally thought of as learning from a CD-ROM)
Benefits of e-Learning

There are many significant advantages for the student who learns online. Here are just a few to consider:
Convenience and Portability
  • Courses are accessible on your schedule
  • Online learning does not require physical attendance
  • Learning is self-paced (not too slow, not too fast)
  • You're unbound by time - courses are available 24/7
  • You're unbound by place - study at home, work, or on the road
  • Read materials online or download them for reading later
  • Online learning accommodates your preferences and needs - it's student-centered
  • Choose instructor-led or self-study courses
  • Skip over material you already know and focus on topics you'd like to learn
  • Use the tools best suited to your learning styles
Greater Collaboration
  • Technology tools make collaboration among students much easier. Since many projects involve collaborative learning, the online environment is far easier (and often more comfortable) to work in since learners don't have to be face-to-face.
Cost and Selection
  • Choose from a wide range of courses to meet your needs
  • Degree, Vocational, and Certificate programs
  • Continuing Education
  • Individual courses
  • Wide range of prices to fit your budget
  • Go back to school to get a degree, learn a new skill, learn a new craft, or just have fun!
  • From art to zoology you can do it all online in a price range to fit your budget.
Higher Retention
  • Online learning will draw you to topics you like and enjoy. Studies show that because of this and the variety of delivery methods used to reach different types of learners, retention is frequently better than in a traditional classroom.
Global Opportunities
  • The global learning community is at your fingertips with online learning. The technologies used give online instructional designers the ability to build in tools that take you to resources you may never see in a traditional classroom.

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