E-learning readiness of organization and employees

Sergo Kuruliszwili


E-learning is a widely used form of education. There are various kinds of e-learning both from the implementing institutions’ as well as from the learners’ point of view. As the learners are of different professions and educations, e-learning requires an individual approach for each users’ population. The effectiveness of e-learning has been researched, measured and  proved as beneficial as other forms of learning, although the problem of readiness for learning activities which would employ modern means of education was not as high. The article presents outcomes of a research made among the group of social service workers in terms of their abilities to undertake e-learning education

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