Learning has always been social. From classroom-based courses to group study sessions, we like to learn with and from other people. It allows us to ask questions, share perspectives, and brainstorm approaches to a problem. It helps us engage with what we’re learning in different ways than independent study does.
When it comes to e-learning, many of us still consider it a solitary activity. We envision the learner reading or watching training videos on a laptop, shut in a room