We all learn things a little differently—some learn by watching visuals, others learn by doing and moving. This makes creating educational materials hard because a format may be effective for one person but confusing for another.

On the other hand, this diversity in how people learn can be viewed as a blessing in disguise. Thanks to the amplifying power of the Internet, people now have more options for learning new topics outside the traditional school system. Not only does this make learning more inclusive, but it also opens up limitless learning opportunities to someone who is curious and determined enough.

Anyone with an Internet connection can learn almost anything online, but face-to-face alternatives still have their own merits like being able to get instant feedback for improvement. In the infographic below, Guthrie-Jensen Consultants outlines a few of the most common ways people can reinforce their learning—both online and offline. Use it as a guide to figure out which learning options will work best for your current situation.

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Infographic Source: https://guthriejensen.com/blog/reinforcing-learning-after-training-infographic/