Combining Web 2.0 and speech technology in the learning management system can bring it to the next level. This technology comes with a series of their own losses. However, they lend new dimensions to the learning management system. There are many tools that act as a technology solution to improve the quality and experience of users of the learning management system. Because most learning systems are designed to benefit global audiences, and teams spread in various regions, tools such as blogs, VoIP, wikis and discussion boards help narrow down the gaps made because of distance barriers.
Most technology tools aim to calculate the balance of coach losses and training participants are not present in the same place. However, each of these tools is equipped with a series of interference itself. Podcasts and social networks are increasingly used by schools for online training. However, advertising is an important source of income, especially during a slowdown, the greater and greater. These advertisements can sometimes disrupt that the actual content of the site may lose most of its visibility.
Some sites like Google maintain moral responsibility for user experience and ensure that advertisements don’t eat all the space on the screen. Facebook uses involvement ads. It bought animated and virtual prizes and used it as a way to promote the message and offers. This virtual prize asks users to comment on videos or other events. Most web tools allow this advertising to grow too large and aggressive, causing considerable interference.
However, Web 2.0 also has many advantages too. Learning experience is more interactive and dynamic, changing according to user requirements. Most of these software programs are used by learning and management systems aim to achieve maximum collaboration between users and integrate training practices seamlessly on a broader platform. Interaction has been given a shot on the arm by the latest technology such as voice recognition and text to speak.
Text to sayings has been very helpful for blind users. Even if not, the text to speak brings a lot of flexibility and eliminate dependence on talking skills many users who use it. The dependence of user communication skills causes training to be less effective, especially when comparing users in various regions.
Google invests more time and money in this technology. Google Voice and Translate will take the introduction of greetings and convert text to greetings, to different levels at all. Activating this technology will start a new chapter in user collaboration in various regions. Users no longer need to be experienced in English to communicate their ideas with each other or share their knowledge about discussion forums etc.