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students and impart knowledge to each one of them in a style that they like best and can easily understand. It is very common in elementary stages of learning (University of San Francisco, 2014). Wearable Technologies These are devices that are fit in some of the consumer goods such as accessories and clothing. The consumer, in this case, can comfortable put on the cloth and move around without necessarily interfering with the device. The reason for this practice is that it enables employees to access information instantly without any delays. It also improves service delivery to the customers and also ensures the well-being of the employees (Docebo, 2014). Gamification Gamification is almost a similar concept as game-based learning. However, it is focused on engaging and motivating its users who in this case can be employees of a company to find solutions to problems without straining. It is a method of e-learning that uses game mechanics and game theory to motivate learners to give their best effort in the production process or problem-solving. It encourages employees and boosts their morale since it is exciting (Docebo, 2014). Digital Publishing
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E-LEARNING 4 E-learning has directly contributed towards the current increase self-publishing of books, articles, journal, etc. that make it easy for learners to access the materials. Learners find it comfortable and convenient to download learning materials online and read them at their own time (Bhandari, 2013). Benefits of Online Training Multiple Delivery Options E-learning approach to learning, unlike the traditional methods, provide a variety of options for the delivery of the content to the trainee or the student. The options can vary from online-based classes, video conferencing, CD, ROM, emails and other opportunities offered by the internet and the intranet (University of Oxford strategy office, 2015). Consequently, learning is made more interesting and exciting through features such as animations and graphics available in computers.
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