Online education allows instructors to interact with students who may not be capable of enrolling in a conventional classroom course. Online learning can facilitate communication at a much earlier stage than ever before. In that sense, it is truly transformative. Online courses enable individuals to register for their lessons before they happen. They can enroll knowing that they’ll be receiving their lessons; they don’t need to wait for them to be delivered.
The main objective of online learning is to allow people to receive lessons in a timely fashion. By using online learning tools such as webinars, email courses and live courses, an educator is able to communicate with learners who are enrolled in the course who may not be able to receive messages. This allows the teacher to maintain their communications with these people on a ‘list’. The purpose of a list is to allow the person to be kept apprised of developments in the course. It is similar to an ‘alert’ list or a ‘watch list’.
Not all instructors offer online courses. Some individuals teach their courses in person only. In that case, you’ll only be able to track their progress if you attend their course. You won’t be able to keep abreast of developments via email or webinars. In that case, you’ll need to ‘watch’ changes in their list.
Online learning enables lecturers to send reminders and keep abreast of the developments in his list. This will enable him to monitor participants’ progress and keep up-to-date on his progress.
With the introduction of the webinar, a live course has been transformed into a webinar. With the webinar, an instructor can facilitate information from anywhere in the world via an internet connection. The webinar is made up of a series of webcasts that are streamed via an internet connection.
An email course is another type of learning tool that can be conducted either in-person or remotely. An email course is made up of two things, an instructor’s email newsletters and his personal email newsletter. There are two ways he can set up his email course, either via email newsletter or the personal email newsletter. The personal email newsletter is sent to the enrolments list via personal email.
An email newsletter is easy for the instructor to set up and administer. However, it would be difficult for the learner to receive the email newsletter. This is because the instructor can change the email newsletter whenever he wants. He will do this by just switching the newsletter up with different newsletters.
The other way of doing email courses is through a webinar. Webinars are made up of individual webcasts that are streamed via an internet connection. The instructor can easily control the content of the webinar by just changing the webpage that contains the webcast.
In this way, communication is easy for the instructor and the learners alike. But, there are two aspects to be aware of when it comes to online learning. The first aspect is that there is the risk of fraud. The second aspect is that there may be downtime.
The risk of fraud is where the operator of the online course commits a mistake and becomes guilty of plagiarism. There is the risk that some students may not be enrolled in the courses and there may be some fraudulent transactions committed. As for downtime, it may happen due to internet service outages. If there are any internet outages, the students may not be able to continue their online courses. The other aspect to be aware of when doing online learning is that the learner is in good faith. In such cases, the operator of the course can be charged with criminal intimidation.
Learning tools like online training courses, webinars, email newsletters, webcasts, or through the internet are good learning tools. These tools are good enough to offer better outcomes to the learners. However, there may be issues where the communication between the operator of the learning tool and the learners may not be perfect. As a result, there is a risk of the learners becoming frustrated with the operator of the learning tool.