What is E-Learning?

What it is – How it works?

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Electronic Classes can require intense interaction between live faculty members and adult-learners, often more so than in many traditional on-ground courses; and most automated Computer Based Training (CBT) programs.

Students [adult learners] are typically expected to log-in and contribute three to five times each week. With this frequency of interaction, students and faculty all get to know one another, well. There are few opportunities for passivity.

In fact, in the iMBA CERTIFIED MEDICAL PLANNER™ program, students tend to interact with instructors much more than in traditional settings; thus promoting future peer-based discussions and real world applications.

Moreover, in the electronic iMBA classroom, everyone must write; particularly for the R&D loaded CERTIFIED MEDICAL PLANNER™ program. All assignments are typed, creating a permanent record of each person’s contribution. Faculty members find this promotes careful, reflective submissions from most students.

Additionally, instructors can easily monitor student progress and communicate with those who need help, or who have trouble keeping up. This is usually done privately by e-mail, fax or phone after certain online expectations have been clarified.






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