Word on the Street: A Time and a Place for eLearning

In a fast-paced world that constantly demands new and better things to make our lives easier and more efficient, we have found ourselves in the heart of an interesting conundrum. When it comes to learning—both in a classroom and at a desk—is new technology (or even not-so-new technology) always the answer?

Now I am in no way saying that we should not be forward thinking. Instead, I want to explore with you some of the opinions that are being shared publicly on the topic, and hopefully get a bit of feedback from you. Where do you think eLearning belongs, and how can technology help—and possibly hinder—your training/teaching?

Let’s not skirt this fact: technology is cool. Using technology is a great way to keep your learners engaged, especially younger learners. As you can see in this tweet, kids get enthusiastic when using this medium. It’s good to know some best practices for using this technology with this generation so I’d suggest you take a look at the link in the tweet for their suggestions.

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