e-learning


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e-learning

n
1. (Computer Science) an internet-based teaching system
2. (Education) an internet-based teaching system
[C20: electronic learning]
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E-learning in particular has benefited from being part of the larger, well-publicized e-Japan initiative conceived and announced in January 2001 by the office of Prime Minister Koizumi.
Forward-thinking companies are embracing e-learning to become more productive, innovative and efficient, while creating a generation of employees who are motivated, life-long learners.
Broadly defined as the use of any electronic or digital media in educational or job-training programs, e-learning in its simplest form includes the use of packaged CD-ROM's and DVD's for language and even hobby study.