Article Title: Online Learning, Memory, and Aging
Publication: InternetCE (insurance continuing education)
Summary: Many people start to notice decreased memory performance in their 50s. When experts talk about this, they’re generally referring to the ability to learn something new. This article describes the effects of aging on learning. The article also offers tips for learning from online training effectively, despite the effects of aging.
All of these activities prompt you to think critically about your newly learned knowledge and reframe it in a way that applies directly to your world. This strengthens the connection between new information and the knowledge you already have, which should make newly learned information easier to recall later.