E-Learning

E-Learning is similar to distance learning, but with the medium being the Internet. You can learn a variety of subjects online.

e-learning

The central concept is learning online, either from software on a computer or accessing materials from the internet, but in general it applies to students learning in a distance learning environment whether they are studying from home, or work, but not in a classroom or lecture setting with other students.

E-Learning

Interactive online tutorials, accessed via the internet or a company intranet
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e-learning

Self-study training material that is provided electronically (typically, over the Internet).
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e-learning

Both structured and unstructured education delivered via the web. Best suited to knowledge based education.
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E-learning

An approach to facilitate and enhance learning through, and based on, both computer and communications technology. Such devices can include personal computers, CDROMs, Digital Television, P.D.A.s and Mobile Phones. Communications technology enables the use of the Internet, email, discussion forums, collaborative software and team learning systems (...
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E-learning

[theory] E-learning theory describes the cognitive science principles of effective multimedia e-learning. Cognitive research and theory suggest that selection of appropriate concurrent multimedia modalities may enhance learning, as may application of several other principles. ==Principles== Richard E. Mayer`s `modality principle` states tha...
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E-learning

E-learning (or eLearning) is the use of electronic media, educational technology and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. E-learning includes numerous types of media that deliver text, audio, images, animation, and streaming video, and includes technology applications and processes such as audio or video tape, satellite T...
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E-learning

An approach to facilitate and enhance learning through, and based on, both computer and communications technology. Such devices can include personal computers, CDROMs, Digital Television, P.D.A.s and Mobile Phones. Communications technology enables the use of the Internet, email, discussion forums, collaborative software and team learning systems (...
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E-Learning

The delivery of formal and informal training and educational materials, processes and programs via t
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