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Learning on the job
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Born during the 20th century, the expression “learning on the job” expresses the idea of learning everything at once. To do this, the learner carries out practical exercises instead of following theoretical instruction. By adopting this type of learning in the context of digital learning, the learner acquires knowledge through practice without prior preparation. It should be noted that the term learning on the job or learning on the job is used in case a company decides to organise informal learning sessions. This is an important source of knowledge and skills. In this case, the company must provide its employees with the educational resources they need to learn.

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