E-learning A-Z

Shepherd, Clive
November 2003
IT Training;Nov2003, p15
Trade Publication
The article provides information related to electronic learning. With a little care, electronic-learning content can be constructed in such a way that it is accessible to all users, regardless of disability. CD-ROM is an offline medium, but it's still electronic-learning. Electronic-learning is a broad term encompassing all ways in which computers can be used as a channel for learners to access learning content and communicate with tutors and fellow learners. Flash, an innovative tool for animation and interaction created by the U.S. software developer Macromedia, is becoming the medium of choice for delivery of interactive, self-study materials on the web. INSET: Not to mention....


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