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Monday, 16 December 2013 17:20

3 Options for eLearning Content Development

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Why organizations make wrong decisions when it comes to eLearning content development. Take a look at the 3 options for eLearning content: Off-the-Shelf, Create it yourself, or Commission it from a specialist eLearning provider.
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Take interactive eLearning to heights within your budgets! Raptivity, the leading interactivity builder tool that helps enhance your eLearning content is now available at a discounted price, exclusively for eLearning Industry viewers. 
Friday, 06 September 2013 22:22

8 Ways Your eLearning Content is Losing

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When the content of your eLearning falls flat, or it just confuses the audience, it can be a stressful affair. From broken narratives to distracting designs and grammatical errors, see why your learners might be looking the other way.
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Make no mistake about it, content is king when it comes to creating a great eLearning experience for your employees. See what guidelines your eLearning content must follow to resonate more with your audience.
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Before your e-Learning course is ready to be translated, it’s important to consider how cultural differences can change the meaning of your online training course.
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When it comes to eLearning, content means everything. So even though eLearning technology, structure, presentation and effective assessment methods are key factors for a successful eLearning course and an enriching learner’s experience, if eLearning content is not masterfully designed, all the rest will just go down the drain. So, the questions is how to measure eLearning content effectiveness?
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Annual mandatory training is common in many organizations, but does not always scream excitement to employees. It’s that dreaded time of the year employees hope to get the checkmark for and revisit 12 months later. Hearing that training is a must may even cause stress and anxiety. As an e-Learning developer, it’s important to think of ways your course can erase the negative feelings associated with training and turn training into an enjoyable experience. But how?
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Use these 5 online learning strategies to jumpstart your elearning development.
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English-speaking learners may think your e-Learning course is highly effective—but for your training to be equally effective in another language or country, it needs to communicate content that is clear and culturally appropriate.
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Engaging and motivating your learners can be achieved through successfully gamifiying your e-Learning course. But just adding any game into your course may not benefit your learning at all; in fact, it could steer away from the key messages you are trying to portray. There are many aspects to consider when incorporating a game into your online training to guarantee that your course will not only engage your learners but also motivate them to learn.
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