Thanksgiving Day has a special place in our hearts. This is the time when we thank the Providence for showering us with blessings – blessings that help us cultivate the crop of knowledge which helps us surge ahead. It is the time to celebrate 4 wonderful developments, which have transformed the world of learning.
We live in an era where learning is available at our fingertips. The Internet is a vast reservoir of information that goes a long way in satisfying our insatiable appetite for knowledge. It provides the platform for delivering Web-based Training (WBT), which is used extensively to equip people with knowledge and skills. We should thank the Almighty for helping us spin the world wide web.
When we think of the Internet, the first thing that comes to mind is our mobile device. This electronic gadget has become an integral part of our lives. We use it to surf the web, access online courses, chat with our friends, play games and do much more. These devices are facilitators of knowledge acquisition. Could there be a better occasion than the Thanksgiving Day to thank Him for this incredible gift?
The story of the Internet and mobile devices is incomplete without social media. We humans are social animals. Sharing information and communication is intrinsic to our species. Social networking sites help us exchange our views and experiences with each other. They help us harness our collective knowledge and experience. The Thanksgiving Day is the right occasion to celebrate social learning.
Mankind would not have been able to make the Internet mobile without HTML5. This fantastic web technology has paved the way for the emergence of responsive design that has resulted in radical changes in the world of learning. Today, thanks to this web paradigm, we can access information anytime, anywhere. Let us fete this marvelous development in information technology on this Thanksgiving Day.
These revolutionary developments have indeed transformed the world of training and help equip our people with the needed knowledge and skills, very effectively. On November 27, let us celebrate the spirit of learning that runs deep within our hearts. Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving Day.
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