“Km0” formation, 24/7 training, continuous competence sharing, access to information from anywhere: application of digital technologies to learning in a nutshell.
An e-learning platform will be created and designed to be used by clients, employees and/or partners in a B2B and B2C perspective.
Multiple formats are available: monothematic courses with self-assessment questionnaires, webinars with interaction between teacher and student, sharing of case studies, CME training or certified education. There must be a reason if the international academic world is progressively going into this direction. Here are some examples:
- Possibility to involve large numbers of students without logistics costs
- Courses can be recorded and then used as on-demand contents
- Even though they may not be physically in the same place, students can interact with each other in a spontaneous and active way
- Providers can obtain a complete and detailed tracking of the users on the platform, built with an extremely useful profiling logic (who registers, what they will watch, for how long, and so on)
- No bonds in terms of contents format: PDF, video, PowerPoint are compatible with all devices
- With present technologies it will be possible to host live streaming contents in multibit rate, depending on the internet broadband available to the user.