Skill-Based vs Knowledge-Based Online Training

As shared in Forbes, the current generation of digitally savvy students has been passively trained by years of social media, e-commerce and online entertainment to expect a high-level user experience in all their digital interactions, with no exception for their educational institutions.

E-learning is such an integral part of the educational development that even universities perceived as pillars of high-quality education, such as Harvard, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale, etc., started offering online courses both for credit and for free.

There are many forms of online training that you can choose from depending on your preferences. There are, however, two models that are particularly popular and use two of the basic concepts in learning – knowledge and skills. Below you will find details about what knowledge-based and skill-based learning are and how to apply those methods in your training for more efficient results.

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