ELEARNING TRENDS TO WATCH OUT FOR IN 2018 INFOGRAPHIC

| May 22, 2018

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The learning process doesn’t end once you graduate from college, and the term shouldn’t be mixed with education because education yields temporary results, while learning brings permanent improvements. We are capable of absorbing knowledge throughout our whole life and it is never too late to learn new things if you are determined and motivated.The problem about learning in this day and age is that things change extremely fast and world knowledge keeps growing exponentially. Something that we learned as little as 5 years ago may have changed drastically in the meantime, and our knowledge and skills can easily become outdated and irrelevant.

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