Trends in eLearning

Publisher: Pryor Learning, LLC

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 Trends in eLearning

Educational institutions and business organizations continue to embrace the benefits of online training classes and solutions. Today, 77 percent of domestic companies offer some form of online corporate training to improve the professional development of their employees. Technology-based learning time has increased by 29 percent. These, online training statistics and adoption rates suggest professionals increasingly expect a future employer to offer eLearning as they seek to polish their resumes. Employers seek to stay competitive by providing employees with advanced training.