I will be the first to admit that I am still attached to my old dictionary that was gifted to me for my high school graduation. At this point it’s well-worn and dog-eared, so it’s had better days, but I still have it. But do I still use it? No. Clearly practicality has won out over sentiment, and I have moved on to using electronic resources instead. But that's not because it’s more convenient to view content right on my computer, smartphone or tablet. Mostly, it’s because online dictionaries are powered with advanced features that allow me to find the information I am looking for much more quickly and efficiently.
Your training experience for analytics should be no different. Take the training manual as an example. That manual serves as an aid during class, but should also be used as a reference after the class has ended, to review content that may or may not have been covered during the class. How much value would you get out of an electronic version of that training manual, if all it was is a long PDF-like book, just delivered online? Instead, if a manual is online, it should provide you with a completely new experience which provides a lot more value and benefits, including: