CORPORATE VS. EDUCATIONAL ELEARNING

| January 20, 2020

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Elearning has become almost synonymous with education these days, both in K-12 settings and higher education. Benefits of incorporating elearning into an educational environment. With the advent of elearning, however, comes another, yet more specific, learning opportunity, one that veers slightly away from the traditional teaching models found within academia: corporate learning. The differences between academic learning and corporate learning, when harnessed properly, can benefit more than just the learner himself or herself.

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