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  1. Rebecca Hogue
    January 9, 2014 - 4:24 am

    I make the differentiation between e-learning and online learning a little differently. To me e-learning is self-paced training, where online learning involves some form of learner learner interaction. With this in mind, it’s true that the corporate sector often does e-learning, because their model is much more about short interactions that often don’t involve the teacher and learner talking to each other or learners talking to each other. Where in higher education, it’s much more about the longer duration courses and instructors and learners talking to each other. As for simulation, I believe it’s more government funded activities, such as aerospace and health professions & medical education (possibly military?) where simulation is common.

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