Distance eLearning

Distance elearning, sometimes called e-learning, is a formalized teaching and learning system specifically designed to be carried out remotely by using electronic communication. Below are details of elearning companies in South Africa, who offer a range of training courses and elearning programs in South Africa.

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the Internet in particular, can have a transformative effect on education in Africa, says a report launched by the Internet Society.

Thinking of studying at Unisa? Now is the time to apply for the academic programme of your choice.

Computer literacy is an incredibly important life skill and forms part of the curriculum at the Open Air School. Through a recent generous financial injection by Correll Tissue, the school is now able to further invest in much needed technology for the learners, to provide them with an improved digital education experience.

Standardized classroom facilitated training requires that the employees are out of the work environment for 2 to 20 days per calendar year and the impact of this on time, investment and productivity has become a challenge for small, medium and large enterprises.

Balancing your studies with work and your personal commitments is something distance learning students know all too well. It is no easy task, and it takes a lot of commitment and self-discipline.

In keeping with Samsung’s goal to enrich and transform lives through digital technology, the electronics giant today reiterated its commitment to advancing access to technology in education across Africa.

According to Oxbridge Academy (a private distance learning college), there are always options for people who choose not to give up.

Thirty years ago, a typical worker expected to find a job and stay in that company until retirement. Training happened on the job and was entirely at the discretion of the employer. Few economically disadvantaged workers were able to independently afford further training or higher education.

As thousands of South Africans prepare to enrol in distance learning programmes this year, recognising the value of being able to ‘earn while you learn’, an education expert has urged them to ensure they do careful research to find the right institution and right course for their individual needs before parting with their money.

Most of us don’t have to travel far to work, shop, worship or play. And for basic education, there’s always a school nearby. But what if you need further training for your job or aspire to higher education and there isn’t an institution locally?

The information revolution has shifted learning away from ordered hierarchies toward a much messier, disorganised and self-directed learning paradigm.

Prospective students are increasingly opting for distance learning as a first choice, with the sector experiencing strong growth as a result of its harnessing of technological advancements.

A key buzzword at the moment in the education space is “blended learning”, but very few people would have heard this term before the higher education crisis forced the hand of public universities to introduce this delivery method ahead of this year’s final exams.

MOOCs, SPOCs, GROOCS: there’s no shortage of online learning options for executives. But there are some real, tangible advantages to brick-and-mortar learning environments that will be hard to replace – and the online space has some way to go.

If a career in education is what you have in mind, don’t be deterred if you don't land a spot in your chosen university or educational institution. If you’ve missed the deadline or find yourself unable to be accommodated, you still have a unique opportunity available to you.

The University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) will be the first South African business school to offer its MBA in real-time online, transferring the physical classroom space to anywhere in the world.

Pursuing the career of your dreams starts with knowing what you want to study and which method of study will work best for you. Whether it’s time, money, personal choice, or physical obstacles

Making the most of your correspondence course can be tough, especially when you’re working full-time and have the added pressure of daily obligations.

Technology has opened up vast and diverse worlds of education, and nowadays, there’s virtually nothing that you can’t learn online.

In today’s ever-changing economic climate, the need for a qualification from a reputable academic institution is paramount in securing your future; as hardly anybody can afford to study full time these days.

By 2040, Africa will have the largest young workforce, with almost 200 million Africans aged between 15 and 24.

What is the difference between Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and other online learning platforms?

Being successful in an online college program doesn’t happen by chance. Students who are intentional about locating the right resources, prioritizing their academic responsibilities, and crafting an overall plan will leverage the benefits available through an online degree program.

The Digital Academy is part of how Barclays Africa is changing the way we develop our digital products, while supporting the people who build them.

This new learning model is sweeping the globe and making education accessible to the masses.

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