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Your Location is Not an Issue Anymore – Consider eLearning!

30 October 2014

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eLearning is gradually gaining a lot of popularity over campus-based learning for a number of individuals. This medium of learning is especially popular amongst professionals like executives and officers. Alongside managing their daily jobs and businesses, these individuals can opt for the best learning options for professional development through this platform.

One of the biggest advantages of opting for eLearning is that it happens virtually. No matter where you are in the world, as long as you have a computer and a reliable Internet connection, you can go for almost all sorts of online courses.


Learning, especially for executives and people who have a day job, should be convenient. With the stresses of commutation for going to a reputable campus for learning resolved through the option of eLearning, they can easily choose the type of course they want and learn virtually, with the time and location according to their convenience. It does not matter if it is 2 am in the morning or 10 am, managing the time for learning according to your schedule just got easier!

Faster than Traditional Learning

Though there are a number of advantages of classroom based learning, it becomes hard to manage and actually make the best use of the advantages provided in this environment if you are too busy in your routine life with work, business, etc.

eLearning is also faster than learning in a traditional classroom. The fast-paced life of most business owners and executives does not allow them the freedom to invest time for a six-month long course, where on the other hand one can opt for an online course that can be completed within a month!


According to general perception, one of the biggest drawbacks of e learning is the fact that it is not as interactive as a classroom-based environment. However, it does not have to be the case. eLearning provides a high level of interaction through virtual discussion forums and groups. These days, more people prefer or rather are used to virtual interaction through blogs, and social networking, etc.

There are many types of software available for interaction through e learning as well. A professor may post an open-ended question on a forum and ask students to respond to it. Different opinions can go a long way in expanding the learner’s horizons. You get a better picture of the scope of the topic and eventually more knowledge regarding the many different aspects of technology. Not only this, updates and reminders about assignments, tests, etc. are more easily accessible as compared to an hour-long class.

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