E-Learning is Becoming More Social: Here’s How it’s Happening

In March of 1999, the movie “The Matrix” was released. In addition to revolutionizing the way cinema was made, as with most sci-fi movies, it introduced new concepts of where technology could eventually take us. One of the most interesting scenes in the movie shows Neo learning Kung Fu, by having the knowledge uploaded directly to his brain.

While the e-Learning industry continues to move forward by leaps and bounds, the instantaneous nature of this type of learning is still beyond us, so the biggest hurdle continues to be keeping people engaged. One major issue with some of our current e-Learning solutions is that they can be solitary endeavors.

Since 1959, when the first computer learning system was set up at the University of Illinois, the face of e-Learning has changed a lot. Advances in computing power and graphics abilities, not to mention the large-scale adoption of the Internet, have dramatically changed how e-Learning is conducted. Nevertheless, the fact remains: it’s something that is undertaken alone.

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