Please clarify the following phrases that are in bold.
For a long time, one of my passions has been to find ways to reinvent corporate training. The potential of technology-enhanced learning intrigues me for that reason. Because technology can scale access, it enables companies to deliver critical information and skills training whenever and wherever possible.
Does the first one mean "learning that use high technology"? And I don't know what "scale access" means?
Learning that uses technology, yes.
If a teacher teaches in a room in one city, only so many people can travel there to attend. But if they can use technology, for example, to watch the same teacher over the internet and be able to interact with him (ask question, etc.) just like they were there in person, then more people have access to the training.
The scale of the access has been increased.
It's a big help.
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