Like distance learning, remote learning refers to delivering instruction and learning materials while physically separate. Remote learning may be either synchronous (e.g. employees are all on the same call at the same time) or asynchronous (e.g. employees study training materials independently, at times that fit their individual schedules), or involve elements of both approaches.
More about remote learning:
Patti Valella, Professor of Life Sciences at Long Beach City College, joined us for an interview on how to build student confidence and increase participation in remote learning.
Cheryl Houy, Director of Organizational Development at Harmony Healthcare, covers her background and the benefits of moving her training online, and how it made the transition to delivering training remotely a seamless experience.