An eLearning Trend for 2019: The Convergence of the Classroom and eLearning

| February 10, 2019

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Employee training has an important role to play in the success of organizations. The amalgamation of the good old classroom training with flexible eLearning has resulted in blended learning – another eLearning trend that’s rising in popularity. By leveraging the trend of converging classroom and eLearning, organizations can manage to provide deep learning experiences. Digital formats can be used to supplement or complement classroom training programs.

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