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Benefits To Help Your Learners

Melvyn Tan
Melvyn Tan
1 min read

Regardless of whether you are planning for a bite-sized course or a full-fledged masterclass, online learning is definitely a viable option.

Beyond the usual benefits of cost-savings, online learning certainly has a range of other benefits. Knowing these benefits can make your online courses more attractive to learners.

Benefit 1: Accessibility

The idea of learning anytime, anywhere is definitely an attractive one. Knowing your learners can learn while they commute without having to be stationed in front of a desktop computer is indeed mainstream.

Benefit 2: Customization

Every learner is different. Having an intimate understanding of their learning styles allows you to design something that is tailored to their preferences.

Benefit 3: Collaboration

Learning online facilitates collaboration, especially for learners who are not within close proximity. These collaboration can sometimes spark new breakthrough ideas.

Benefit 4: Preference

Online learning is a concept that the newer generation takes to like a fish to water. Further, online learning is also a great way for more experienced executives as it might result in better use of their time.

Benefit 5: Retention of Knowledge

Arguably, online learning provides a higher rate of knowledge retention. Simply with the ability to review the content as many times as required enables the learner to better retain what they have learned.

Benefit 6: Less Intimidating

Learning a new skill can be intimidating for some. Learning online and together with others who might be able to help them could prove to be less intimidating.

Benefit 7: Instant Feedback

Learners like to know if they are on the right track. Especially adult learners, they don’t want to wait till the end of the module, or worse the course, to find out they are on the wrong track.

Benefit 8: Room For Failure

The last benefit is a great one. Knowing that they can keep trying without being marked as a failure is a great benefit of online learning. Besides, it saves the embarrassment sometimes too.

Now that you know about these benefits, how many have you incorporated into your online course?

Melvyn Tan

Despite living the good life at midlife, I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. My aim here is to reinvent midlife, learn new skills, and understand how the world works post-COVID.