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e-learning

(Electronic-LEARNING) An umbrella term for providing computer instruction (courseware) online over the public Internet, private distance learning networks or inhouse via an intranet. See MOOC and CBT.
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Northern College in Timmins has organized an e-learning lab for area industries to take WHMIS certification.
With the ongoing support of the Japanese government and the pressures of a declining population pushing increased competition, the university market for e-learning in Japan has the potential to grow exponentially over the coming years.
There are perhaps 500 or 600 companies providing e-learning systems and services here in Japan.
Study Offers Guidance in Development Process, Use of Standards and Templates, Tool Selection, and Best Uses for Rapid e-Learning
DALLAS -- Advancing 10-15 Percent yearly, Web-Based E-Learning Systems Offer Productivity Tool.
The rapid creation and deployment of customized e-learning programs is a requirement we're hearing from all customers," said Jay Shaw, co-founder and CEO of NetDimensions.
Since its launch, Click to Meet has been successful in various markets, especially in the e-learning market," states Bruce Withington, sales manager for the UK at First Virtual Communications.
While I believe we will always offer face-to-face training, the use of e-learning will continue to grow," says Maag.
Sharing e-learning services among institutions is a powerful way to save money on technology investments, provides access to enterprise e-learning infrastructures and content resources, and creates exciting e-learning options for Ohio students.
Thirty-seven percent of the survey's 416 respondents say they have implemented e-learning institution-wide, up from 25 percent in 2002.
WebCT is the world's leading provider of integrated e-Learning systems for higher education.