Alliance, Ohio (PRWEB) July 31, 2013 -- Released today by AMVONET is a brand new resource titled “Distance Learning Myths and Misunderstandings”. This free guide is an informative resource for business trainers, health care executives and academic leaders searching for the facts on distance learning. The e-guide is designed to be easily shared with collegues for additional discussion and feedback on any of the myth topics.
The free guide is available for download here: http://www.amvonet.com/resource-center/distance-learning-myths-and-misunderstandings/
Offering eLearning management, collaboration and authoring software, AMVONET created the latest resource in their collection of eLearning guides to help companies, schools and healthcare organizations sift through the myths of distance learning and extract the truth behind this highly effective teaching method.
The guide attempts to dispel inaccurate assumptions about distance learning. The guide dissects 8 well-known myths and provides insight into proving their inaccuracies. Several of the myths discussed include:
• Employers don’t recognize degrees earned through online programs.
• Distance learning courses aren’t as tough as courses taught in physical classrooms.
• Students won’t have the opportunity to interact with others.
• Distance learning forces faculty cutbacks.
• And many more.
“We believe strongly in the effectiveness of distance learning,” says Vadim Eelen, President & CEO of AMVONET. “We developed the guide in an effort to educate those researching distance learning and eradicate the myths that surround this unique learning style.”
Alliance, Ohio-based AMVONET has created a comprehensive, integrated software suite consisting of an e-learning management system, a live web-conferencing and virtual classroom solution, and a content-authoring application. In addition to the K-12 and higher education markets, AMVONET offers distance-learning business and healthcare solutions for continuing education, corporate training, online collaboration and interactive recordings. AMVONET’s online system provides educators and trainers with everything they need to create, manage and share multimedia course content.
For more information, visit http://www.amvonet.com.