E-learning and the development of new training skills.

Paola Cavalieri, Jonathan Anderlucci


The change in society over the last few decades has resulted in people facing new economic and cultural contexts and technologies. From various points of view, the needs of the players and methods for satisfying these needs have changed. 
The way organizations think about people has changed, but also the way people think within the organization and the vaster social context. 
The quick succession of changes in market trends and the recent worldwide economic crisis have emphasized the necessity of people being able to and having to use new skills and abilities to face the continuing requirements of a constantly evolving market. From this viewpoint, new generation technologies are becoming the engines of an advancing society and indispensable tools of communication  between promoters of the development. Here it is useful to point out how each party able to access the Internet is a potential user and provider of learning, through the two elementary functions of uploading and downloading.

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