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To help you get a grasp on the latest e-learning terminology, KnowledgeNet has developed a collection of the mostcommonly used terms as they relate to e-learning -- including KnowledgeNet-specific terms. Please feel free to suggest a term to add to this dictionary.
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Application: (short for application program) A software program that performs specific tasks such as word processing or database management, as opposed to systems software whichperforms tasks related to computer operations, such as DOS.
Application Service Provider (ASP): An organization that hosts software applications on its own servers within its own facilities. Customers access the application via private lines or the Internet. Also called a "commercial service provider." In e-learning, this organization is known as an LSP, or Learning Service Provider.Architecture: The design and structure of computer components.
Assessment: Essentially a measurement process of learning to determine what is already known (pre-assessment) or what has been learned (post-assessment).
Asynchronous Learning: Anytime learning, delivered with no pre-determined schedules. Self-paced courses are asynchronous, as the student determines the rate of progression. See alsoKnowledgeNet INTERACTIVE.
Authoring: Producing media-based learning content. Find out more about KnowledgeNet's content authoring and management system, Monsoon STUDIO.
Bandwidth: A communication channel's capacity to carry information. External hosting frees bandwidth for your company's network.
KnowledgeNet CAMPUS: KnowledgeNet CAMPUS is our online e-learningcommunity and your personal launching-point for your e-learning programs. Through CAMPUS, you can access instructors and subject-matter experts (mentors), training course schedules that are personalized for your course of study, progress reports and tracking, and your KnowledgeNet Labs.
Certification: Program and process where a learner completes prescribed training and passes an assessmentwith a minimum acceptable score. To increase validity and assure authentication, the certification process should be proctored by an independent agent. Find out more about KnowledgeNet's Cisco®, Microsoft®, Oracle®, EMC®, Sun, and CompTIA® certification tracks!
Computer-based Training (CBT): Interactive instructional experience between a computer and a learner in which the computer provides themajority of the stimulus and the learner responds, resulting in progress toward increased skills or knowledge. Though e-learning's roots are based in CBT, the best e-learning providers have gone beyond this traditional, CD-ROM, text-based "e-reading" approach to include live, instructor-led training, interactive multimedia presentations, and hands-on lab simulations to make learning more engagingand effective.
Content: The information that is being learned or delivered to the student. KnowledgeNet's content comes directly from technology industry leaders like Cisco, Microsoft and CompTIA.
Courseware: The media that contains the instructional content of the course.
KnowledgeNet CUSTOM: KnowledgeNet CUSTOM captures the quality of our e-learning products, processes, tools, and...