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Are there really people dominated by the right hemisphere and others by the left? Does our brain plasticity reduce and "force us to stop" from learning at the age of 3?
What has been done so far for the use of e-learning in schools and what could be done to make the most of the potential of online education?
eLearning is a growing industry. The good news is that it is not only the richest countries in the world that benefit from it. Let's find out the ranking of countries that have bet on online training.
DynDevice platform for an increasingly complete, flexible, effective and modern management of training courses.
How Blockchain can improve and make online training more effective.
The concept behind the continuous learning is called “lifelong learning” and a new sector called e-Learning has been created thanks to the web. It allows everyone to learn everything from the comfort of home, looking at online courses.
4 statistical data show that e-Learning is a profitable solution for both employers and employees.
A project to test common online training practices in SMEs.
The study and conclusions of four MIT researchers.
Peole who start working in a fast food expects to be trained with for a necessary (and boring) training video. But the initiation rite for the new chefs at KFC is much more original. What does it consist of?
An interactive portal that helps travel agents discover Jamaica.
The eLearning response to the request for continuous professional training
What are the implications of GDPR on eLearning?
6 case studies show that blended mode improves quality, efficiency and cost of training.
One of the most popular courses at Yale is now available online free of charge.
A new refresher course allows agile workers (Smart Working) to update themselves on the protection of health and safety in the workplace.
The 9th International Conference on eLearning will take place in Belgrade on 27th and 28th September, 2018.
Super amortization and tax credit are two of the tools envisaged in the Italian Industry 4.0 plan which allow companies to adopt tools and resources for eLearning training.
What has changed in the e-Learning world in the last five years? Very.
Over 35 million students are estimated to take courses online, for a global turnover of almost 47 billion dollars.
3,100 tablets distributed to students of Sharjah schools to learn Arabic.
More and more online courses, offered by an increasing number of universities and schools, with students in continuous growth. What is the future of physical universities?
An innovative solution to bridge the digital divide in education.
We finally come to the head of a frequent spelling and semantic debate in the area of educational technology.
What is the "Quarter-Life Crisis "? How to solve it with training and e-Learning?
Unitelma delivers a free e-Learning training course to doctors and nurses to improve the knowledge and reduce neonatal mortality.
How the corporate training patterns change in the Industries 4.0.
Research presented by the European Risk Observatory regarding the professional risks of workers operating on online platforms, and therefore also on e-Learning platforms.
e-Learning has the power to transform education in developing countries. Malala Fund project, presented to the United Nations
Fewer registrations at the campus? It’s due to the offer of e-Learning university education, more and more requested in the USA