PRLog - Nov. 18, 2010 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- This new report analyzes over 100 research studies comparing the experiences and outcomes of these two mediums while discussing the following questions:
Virtual Classrooms vs. Physical Classrooms
- Do the same teaching methods work better in physical classrooms or in virtual classrooms?
- Does training online make a difference in terms of learning outcomes or the learning experience?
- Which delivery medium is best for your organization?
The results of these studies suggest that conducting your company’s training online can be just as effective as conducting in-person training. Due to the cost savings achieved by teaching online, this is good news for corporate training coordinators, learners, and the leaders running your organization.
“Learning in Virtual Classrooms versus Physical Classrooms: A Review of the Research” could be useful to anyone who wants to convince their managers that the cost savings of online learning doesn't necessitate a compromise in training quality.
This report is only available to members of the Brandon Hall Research Center, who may download the report at http://www.brandon-
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