Only a few years ago, web-based learning through PCs was seen as revolutionary. Companies can place their orientation and online sustainable training and all employees will get standard learning. Immediately, with the spread of Wi-Fi wireless networks, router-based, and satellites, people can take advantage of this type of training while walking. The salesperson can be trained in the latest marketing presentation while driving a plane to its next destination or destination. Or someone can be oriented to their new job from home before the first day they work.
Now, web-based training has taken a step forward again because the technology involved in devices that allow the internet other than computers. There are some real examples of how this might work. For example, your TV can connect to the internet in a way that allows you to set up training or conference as easily changed to a particular channel. You can use your DVR and actually get the most out of the conference.
There are also examples that are unclear but still valuable from the potential for supporting internet devices. For example, printers that support the Internet can take advantage of web-based training in helping you maximize photo quality before printing it. You can learn how to cut, sharpen, relieve, etc. Your photo by having a online guide that directs real-time information to the nearest computer. Web-based guide, because the device activated the internet, can actually find out what you just did and direct you about whether it’s true or not. If you have an all-in-one device that is activated on the internet, you can also learn how to scan and send faxes for maximum results.
There are even some way far, but really interesting this technology can be used. In the kitchen, the equipment activated Internet can actually teach you how to cook when you go, send information to the nearest monitor about when the food is done, or ready for the next step. An internet-enabled coffee maker can use web-based training to help you brew perfect coffee that responds in real time for the smoothness of peanuts, water temperature, or the density of drinks produced.
In all these examples, web-based learning will take place in real time, and can cause new skills to be developed. And in each example there is also the potential to utilize direct assistance. In the first example, a guide can capture you with whatever you miss in the conference if you “come late”. In the example of a printer that supports the internet, direct assistance can help you when the document presents certain difficulties – people at the other end can “see” what happens in real time. In the third example, a cook can teach people how to cook it or the recipe is almost like him there – even checking the temperature and other information from their remote location.
Maybe the most interesting aspect of web-based learning and technology that supports the internet is the ability for people to do something together even when they are far apart. Literally hundreds of people can be part of a web-based conference that helps them learn the latest uses for devices that support the internet. Or, friend, relatives, or your teacher who knows how to do something you can’t give to you with web-based learning where they can see and react to your input on devices that support the internet.