Online training projects must be understood within the framework of a comprehensive talent development strategy, aimed at achieving an organization’s objectives. For universities, this is the opportunity to develop new markets.
Ubiquity and mobility are two central characteristics of modern education and training processes, in which the updating of knowledge and the acquisition of new skills and competences must be constant, based on the changes that are being produced by the Fourth Industrial Revolution in production models and labor dynamics.
The important aspect here is that e-learning is considered as a complementary support module for face-to-face training processes, through blended learning.
- Access the knowledge, skills and competencies, when needed, no matter where the person may be or the device they connect with.
- The reduction, or even elimination of costs relating to transportation, accommodation and teaching materials, among other expenses.
- Personalized training with a competency-based approach.
- Expansion of the territorial footprint of training proposals.
- Speed and agility in accessing training content.
- The benefits of e-learning
- TMS and SGA spheres of activity for corporate and educational e-learning
- Best practices for developing e-learning projects in businesses
- Best practices for developing e-learning projects in educational institutions
- Technological independence, the determining factor in efficiently supporting pedagogical strategies
- Integrate Moodle and Office 365 on Azure, a good practice to guarantee the success of e-learning projects