If you know me, you know how much I love e-learning (online training)—not just because I have a passion for it—but because it gets results:

  • The Research Institute of America found that e-learning increases retention rates 25 percent to 60 percent v. 8 percent to 10 percent retention rates for face-to-face training.

  • IBM found that participants learned nearly five times more material (without increasing time spent in training) when they held an e-learning program.

  • E-learning typically requires 40 percent to 60 percent less time for the individual than learning the same material in a traditional classroom setting, according to a Brandon-Hall Study.

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