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E-learning refers to structured learning opportunities mediated through the use of digital resources (usually combinations of text, audio and visual/video files) and software applications. E-learning may be offered on-line and synchronously (e.g. real-time conference), on-line and asynchronously (e.g. text-based discussion forum) or off-line (e.g. interactive CV/DVD/flash drive). E-learning can be employed in both contact and distance programmes.


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With a hashtag per article, anyone can tag content relevant to the status and implementation of the article, and share it via social media as explained in the #tagcoding Handbook or the video #tags in support of easy information retrieval (YouTube).