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Here you can find answers to all the questions we get asked about e-learning.

What is e-learning?

E-learning in organisations refers to the use of digital platforms to deliver education, information or training to employees. This often involves a digital platform such as a learning management system (LMS) where employees have access to online courses, exercises, webinars and virtual classes.

What does e-learning mean?

E-learning means electronic learning. The term covers a very wide range. It’s all forms of learning that can be delivered digitally – both in educational institutions and organizations.

We create e-learning for local and global organisations, where e-learning therefore covers e.g. pre- and onboarding, system and product training, behavioral change, awareness campaigns, etc.

What are the benefits of e-learning?

E-learning offers great flexibility in terms of time and place – your target audience can access knowledge when it suits their schedule. This way, you can create a self-directed learning environment, with personalized learning experiences and access to a wide range of courses.

In addition, there is often a lot of money to be saved with e-learning development compared to traditional “classroom training”.

Can e-learning be interactive?

Yes, e-learning can certainly be interactive – in fact, we always recommend that it is highly interactive. By adding scenarios, quizzes, simulations, reflection exercises and cases, you ensure that the target audience actively engages with the content. This improves the learning experience.

Is e-learning suitable for all courses?

In theory, all topics can be trained with e-learning. However, there may be certain topics that are more suitable for e-learning than others depending on their complexity, content and learning objectives.

For example, topics that require practical training or hands-on experience are more challenging to train with e-learning alone. These topics can still have e-learning components, but they should be part of a blended learning program with a mix of e-learning and face-to-face teaching.

That’s why it’s important to always think about the topic and learning objectives. E-learning can be a valuable tool in your learning strategy, but you may need to combine it with other training methods for best results.

What is an LMS platform?

An LMS platform, or Learning Management System, is an online platform used to manage, deliver and track e-learning. An LMS platform allows your organization to create, organize and distribute digital learning content, manage user access, and track and evaluate results.

What is the best software for e-learning?

There are many great programs for developing e-learning. The best program for you depends on your specific needs, budget and technical skills. Popular programs include Articulate360, Adobe Captivate or EasyGenerator.

Having a tool to build your e-learning is often not enough. E-learning often contains videos, animations, graphics, voiceovers and interactive exercises that need to be created in other programs first. You can use Vyond, Adobe, H5P and more.

What does SCORM format mean?

SCORM stands for“Sharable Content Object Reference Model” – but it doesn’t really matter what it stands for. The important thing to know is that this is the name of the file format that most e-learning programs are delivered in. Just like music is delivered as MP3 files and videos as MP4 files. All newer learning management systems (LMS) can play and report on SCORM files.

Several versions of the format have been developed over the years, so you may come across SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 1st edition, 2nd edition, 3rd edition and even 4th edition. It’s essentially the same thing – an e-learning file format.