At this point, I would like to give you an impression of the wide range of e-learning.

To this end, I have created two examples that differ greatly in conception and implementation:

This German Web-Based-Training allows you to explore the content freely. In addition to text and images, it also makes use of audio and video.

As an alternative to the explorative approach, there is also a menu via which you can directly access specific content that you are especially interested in. Here, you will find the many concrete examples, such as two learning games, a podcast post, a short tool training, an explainer video, and much more.

This English Web-Based Training, on the other hand, is linear in structure and comprises five chapters covering the central aspects of e-learning – the “what, why, how, who, and when”.

It is responsive, meaning that the content adapts automatically to different screen formats and sizes, much like this website does. It does not use audio but offers the content in the form of screen text and photos.