What other e-learning tools can benefit everyday people?
Thankfully, it’s not just those in the business world that get to benefit from remote learning possibilities. Anyone learning a new language, for instance, can use TeamViewer software to communicate with a teacher over great distances. Because speaking, listening, reading and writing is important with language learning, the video and instant chat features help to bridge the gap that could arise when creating a physical classroom environment isn’t feasible. It’s also possible to annotate PDF documents while in this digital classroom of sorts. This all means that these types of online learning tools expand the reaches of education to more people.
Of course, let’s not forget about screen recording. Many workplaces love this software from TeamViewer already, primarily due to the ability to record webinars and create training videos that can be accessed at any point and from anywhere. However, what about those who simply want to produce videos on YouTube to help solve troubleshooting issues and tech queries? Programs like Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut, and Logic Pro, for example, have legions of fans but plenty of people simply can’t learn how to use these programs via books or how-to blog posts. An expert in one of these software programs can use screen recording technology as an e-learning tool to help visually explain, step-by-step, how to perform certain actions in a way that only video can do.