Converting ILT to E-learning? Do You Have Answers to these 4 Questions?

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E-learning has emerged as the optimal method for training a tech-savvy generation. By going digital, organizations can increase the reach of their training program, as users can undertake their courses from almost anywhere. But going digital doesn’t mean you should discard your old instructor-led training material. To make the most of your old courses, you can consider converting them to e-learning courses. This way, you preserve tried and tested learning material and mold it to better suit a future generation.

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