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E-Learning: Finally applicable in practice

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Of course, websites are not always only there for marketing and sales or the search for applicants - the scale is large, especially if you add areas such as intra- or extranets. Within this spectrum, there is one discipline that is not new at all, but has just arrived in practice: e-learning. This form of learning is now available in various forms, but always with a focus on real practical benefits or real money savings.

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Let's take the following (real) case as an example: There are thousands of employees in a branch network, and all of them should be trained on a subject - whether product-related, formal, or even legally prescribed things such as the protection of minors, data protection, etc. - and the aim is to ensure that all of them receive the necessary training.

In most traditionally positioned companies, this leads to a whole series of presence training courses with a very considerable expenditure of time and money. 

More efficiency through e-learning

If, on the other hand, you have an existing platform (i.e. Intranet or Extranet) on which those affected can already log in, it's possible to display online training and any examinations there and to use them in the future ­– with very manageable effort.

Another use case is the training provider, which offers its users a whole range of learning resources (possibly for a fee). What does this mean in concrete terms? 

Multimedia knowledge transfer

"E-Learning" can have the following components, for example:

  • Learning material (texts, videos, ...)
  • Tests / Exams
  • Online learning (e.g. live webinars)
  • Interaction and collaboration (e.g. via chats and forums)

Integrate external e-learning

As is so often the case, the implementation of e-learning can be adapted to individual requirements - from "lightweight" to "royal class", everything is possible. The most important distinguishing feature: the more complex the requirements, the more likely you are not to rely on a TYPO3-internal module, but on the integration of a special system such as Ilias or Moodle, which can then be seamlessly linked to TYPO3 via "Single Sign-On".

Are you interested in the possibilities of implementing an e-learning platform in TYPO3, or do you already have a specific application in mind?

Then we will be happy to advise you on the possibilities without obligation: We look forward to hearing from you!

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