Continuing education and training nowadays rarely take place in groups at a specific location, but is instead conducted electronically, creating flexibility in terms of time and space. The corona pandemic has accelerated e-learning, and we should not be surprised if this is the predominant learning method from now on. Above all, it saves on costs for travel, accommodation, meals, etc.
E-learning also offers other advantages:
- Adjusting the speed of learning
- Maximizing the number of learners
- Ensuring that everyone is taught the same content
- Interactivity in e-learning still feasible
Although e-learning can guarantee the standardization of the content that learners should receive, it is recommended that transnational training be linguistically and culturally adapted. Depending on the subject matter, content may be understood differently due to cultural differences and the purpose of the training may be missed. By skillfully localizing e-learning content, learning objectives can be achieved across cultures.
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