Increased engagement of course content
There’s a new mantra in e-learning, and it is called “show, don’t tell”. Research shows that 94% of teachers have found video learning better than teaching through traditional text-books.
Increased research capabilities and resources
All recorded classes and lectures become stored knowledge in content libraries, and can to be accessed at any time by students, course content writers and department/faculty heads.
Better student performance and results
Instant access to the institution’s content library and the ability to search for relevant content to help write course submissions or aid in exam preparation, driving the learning process and providing better results.