The online learning revolution is here, and it is a rapidly growing and ever-changing juggernaut. The e-learning market size was valued at USD 144 Billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 374.3 Billion by 2026.
While businesses around the globe look for ways to lower costs and increase worker competency and productivity, e-learning has provided opportunities for personnel development on a flexible schedule at a low cost, often requiring no more than a computer and Internet access.
Doing away with on-site, or classroom, learning and testing saves money, but also raises significant due diligence and legal issues for organizations.
How do you tell through a computer screen that someone is who they say they are? How do you tell if the person participated fully? And if a legal issue arises, how do you prove due diligence?