What Is E-Learning Today?

In the L&D world, e-learning today can sometimes be seen as the poor cousin to instructor-led training. It’s mostly because when we think about e-learning we think about the boring compliance courses we’re expected to complete to protect against organisational risk. Very rarely does that form of learning solution serve the purpose it’s intended for.

In the 1990s and early 2000s, e-learning was a way to scale the classroom experience, so it was spoken of in terms of reach and value but rarely its ability to truly enhance the way that work is done. At the turn of the century, the capability to develop and create more engaging forms of e-learning started to come through, and vendors became better at providing courseware that was at least more visually appealing.

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