Blended Learning Benefits for Different Types of Online Training Solutions [Infographic]

| February 16, 2018

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Nowadays, we see many organizations blending their instructor-led trainings with e-learning. What makes blended learning so popular and effective? Blended learning allows employees to learn from geographically dispersed locations, at their own pace, and gives them an opportunity to interact with their peers during virtual training sessions.

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