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A Shift in Education Paradigm

By December 1, 2023No Comments

The pandemic urged a re-evaluation of traditional education. eLearning emerged not just as an alternative but as a functional necessity. Its adaptive nature allows for uninterrupted learning amidst disruptions. Yet, challenges like tech and the absence of face-to-face interaction exist.

Recognising these hurdles, good providers integrate multiple delivery approaches, with prompt access to educators offering constant support and feedback. We know from research that learners value quality course organisation, instructional approach, and delivery format.  But this is only the second most important factor.(Mahdavi Ardestani et al., 2023)

The most important component to learners is “success.” In other words, learners prioritise achieving their learning goals and objectives. Coupled with this, an individual’s motivation to learn also influences effectiveness – understandably, you must want to do it!(Noesgaard & Ørngreen, 2015) Choosing your course carefully by looking at the description is important. Is it filling a knowledge gap for you? Is the topic fascinating for you?

Other ways you can enhance your eLearning experience is to practice your skills in a simulated environment before actively implementing them in workplace situations. Workplaces now demand a “lifelong learning” approach, where professionals continuously update their skills and knowledge. eLearning aligns perfectly with this ethos.

How is Evidence for Exercise approaching eLearning?

Recognising the anxiety some learners face when interacting with technology, our platform provides diverse learning styles. For those uncomfortable with purely digital interfaces, downloadable PDFs offer an alternative. Our educators are always available for questions and feedback. And our course curators are practitioners who have a deep understanding of the learning aims and objectives for those wanting to enhance their exercise prescription skills. We know our learners are sophisticated thinkers, so our content delves into the science with clarity and the clinical consultation in mind.

So keep on learning, in practice and online and enjoy!



Mahdavi Ardestani, S. F., Adibi, S., Golshan, A., & Sadeghian, P. (2023). Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of E-Learning in Healthcare: A Fuzzy ANP Study. Healthcare (Switzerland), 11(14).

Noesgaard, S. S., & Ørngreen, R. (2015). The effectiveness of e-learning: An explorative and integrative review of the definitions, methodologies and factors that promote e-Learning effectiveness. Electronic Journal of E-Learning, 13(4).

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