E-Learning is not IT

This is not really a follow-on from last week’s post but it deals with the same topic: the differentiation between E-Learning and IT. The two photos below may be a bit overstated, but they serve to illustrate the key difference between these two computer-related areas.

IT

E-Learning

“IT” stands for “Information Technology” and contains within it all things related to computing and computers. IT professionals include programmers, sofware developers, network specialists, system analysts, engineers, technical support, user training, database admin, web developers, and other similar specialisms. IT specialists have computers as their subject area — their work is  about computers (hardware and software)  and computing.

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