E-learning makes sense and if so how do you learn right? An interview with Bernd Schnucker, head of E-learning of Jan Exner team GmbH the topic of E-learning has since the beginning of the public perception in the early 1990s an exciting history taken. After the great atmosphere at the beginning and in the middle of the 1990s, a creeping end of the hype of E-learning took place later. Many companies, business, or education providers saw their chance to develop low-cost virtual seminars and conduct in E-learning. There were programs, both on discs such as CD ROM also Web-based, developed and distributed or sold, saving presence seminars and hoped-for a low-cost alternative in the area of training and human resources development through the introduction of E-learning companies. What made you do that? Participants bored by media-heavy self-study refused to give this new method.
Finally, E-learning was banned in many places and you therefore contented himself again presence seminars to put on, without to examine the failure of the previous E-learning measures. The return was followed by complete enthusiasm so on a Status quo. First and foremost, have questioned the methods of the universities and were striving to develop scenarios establishing E-learning as valuable and indispensable now supplement of their teaching. Since about the middle of the first decade of the new millennium a cautious Countertrend has disappointed company developed formerly by E-learning and companies getting interested in the online world. Other, new, or uninterested in the 1990s companies see new opportunities, to develop their human resources measures in didactic effectively designed E-learning. This trend develops admittedly very slowly. “A closer look which is currently on the market for the E-learning offerings, such as on the E-learning exhibition Learntec” in Karlsruhe, is sobering: first, is it but first and foremost provider of Web-based training (WBT), which emerge here. Didactic