Digital learning has been a staple for organizations and government entities long before the woeful year of 2020 where live events, in-person meetings and travel were stymied and placed on a standstill. The economic crisis driven by the pandemic and stay-at-home policies disrupted various vocations and industries, many of them dominated by females. Women leaders who saw the writing on the wall charged towards ways to align their priorities to develop and grow as entrepreneurs, organizational leaders, and community trailblazers all while managing families and keeping their sanity.
Would it surprise you to learn that, on Wikipedia, the following three phrases are equivalent?
Online Learning --------------> eLearning ------------------> Educational Technology
I agree that these three terms are often used interchangeably — but not always consistently.
Having so many ways of saying the same thing is understandably confusing the people not in the learning and development community. I think it’s also confusing to those of us designing, developing, and delivering content every day.
Modern Blended Learning,