With the introduction of the computer and internet in the late 20th century, e-learning tools and delivery methods expanded. In the 2000′s, businesses began using e-learning to train their employees. New and experienced workers alike now had the opportunity to improve upon their industry knowledge base and expand their skill sets.

Traditional learning is expensive, takes a long time and the results can vary. E-learning offers an alternative that is faster, cheaper, and potentially better. This is one of the reasons why many businesses are now offering training via e-learning – other reasons include low costs and the ability for employees to study in their own time and place.

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