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What is eLearning?

eLearning is when a course is taken online using a computer or tablet, to complete both continuing education courses and college courses. This is often times an economical solution, as well as a good option for people who need to have flexible hours to take the course. eLearning includes a broad spectrum of tools to produce courses, such as:

DigitalChalk: What is eLearning

  • Audio
  • Video
  • Presentations

How do you get your content online for students?

The most common way to get your content online is to use a learning management system (LMS). Learning management systems are platforms that allow you to, in most cases, easily upload your content and create great quality courses. You have to research the different learning management systems available and pick the right LMS for you.

An important factor to keep in mind is that online courses are taught differently than courses taught in a classroom. So, you have to remember to develop your content for an online environment. Creating a course that is interactive for your students is an important key to course success.

To summarize, with eLearning there is an ease of accessibility so that a larger range of students can access your course, whereas before eLearning came along they couldn’t. Along with this accessibility comes flexibility for students to take the course when and where it is most convenient for them.

Check out this post on some great eLearning design tips to help you create quality eLearning content!

About DigitalChalk

DigitalChalk is your complete solution for creating and delivering your training online. No matter who you train, the DigitalChalk platform is a time-saving, efficient, learning management system (LMS) that lets you design and launch your courses, your way.

Want to learn more about the DigitalChalk online learning solution? Call us at 877-321-2451 (opt. 1) or to speak with a Solution Specialist. Or visit our website at