Webinar or digital learning?
The explosion and success of MOOCs on the Internet has led some to think that a company can train its teams by using webinars. Although webinars have become very popular in recent years, they don’t meet the needs or constraints of digital learning.
- The webinar is a commercial tool to collect addresses of prospects and convert them.
- It’s usually free, open to the greatest number of people possible, and difficult to match to the actual needs of participants.
- The teaching is passive, demanding little interaction from learners. There is no evaluation at the end of the course.
- The webinar is presented only once, and if not recorded, cannot be reused.
Digital learning: much more than an Internet-based course
- With digital learning, the learner is a company employee. They are not there by chance, and actively participate.
- Content is available everywhere, all the time. This reduces logistical constraints.
- Training is done at the learner’s own pace, depending on their interests and needs, and independently of others.
- It’s possible to not only assess learners, but also for them to obtain an online certificate.
- The content is interactive, attractive and reusable.
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