E-learning includes all teaching methods which are supported by IT technology. These days it is particularly internet technology which is deployed. The basic principle for the deployment of IT is that people can learn faster, more pleasantly and more efficiently if they are supported by these technological opportunities.

The technology makes it possible for you to follow your training course seated at any computer with an internet connection anywhere. This always occurs in an interactive manner. E-learning training makes varied use of texts, audio and video to impart knowledge to you as a student. As a student you are also asked regularly for input. For example to answer questions, or to use a livelab to put what you have learned into practice.

Active participation

Didactically, the deployment of e-learning means that a student is constantly encouraged to continue participating actively in the training. This is because the information is offered in a variety of ways, for example through a video clip or a didactical game. With this active participation, what is being learned is absorbed faster and better, and the student remains motivated.


Another important characteristic of e-learning is that the course can be followed completely independently by the student. This means that you can learn at your own speed and at the time that suits you. Without an external trainer being required.


Learning by the e-learning method has many advantages. The most obvious advantages are:
- relatively cheap, up to 80 per cent cheaper than traditional learning methods
- learning more efficiently, effectively and faster
- learn where and when you want at your own speed
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