eLearning Companies

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In this article, you will find 7 tips on how to create aesthetically pleasing eLearning courses that engage the learners and allow them to achieve the best possible eLearning experience!
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In this article, I will talk about the different ways in which Multiple Intelligence Theory can be implemented in eLearning to help the learner effectively acquire, retain, and utilize the information being provided within the eLearning course.
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At the following article you will find 9 Top eLearning Tips to engage your learners right to the end. Just Keep It...
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What’s stopping your eLearning getting off the ground? Audience research from our Learning Technologies 2014 seminars exposed some common barriers to effective eLearning, so we’ve taken a look at three ways to overcome them.
Thursday, 27 February 2014 12:45

What Students Love about e-Learning Courses

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Since a continually increasing number of students are turning to online education, there are numerous courses available on the internet. Designing a basic online course may be difficult and is no different than working on an eLearning course. If you wish to design an effective e-learning program, that’ll make the transition from classroom to e-learning as pleasant as possible for the students, then that is a different story. It requires a good deal of time, planning, and hard work.
Thursday, 27 February 2014 11:05

Demystifying Competency Models - Just A.S.K.

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Competency models apply to those developing eLearning too. Everyone involved in adult education should know what they are and how they’re best used. This article makes competency models easy to remember (just A.S.K.) and provides the top 20 failures programs exhibit when the fail to live up to their potential usefulness.
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Often when redesigning a training program, the goal is to accelerate a course, i.e., convert one week of classroom training to one day of e-learning. How would you feel about doing the opposite and making a course longer?
Thursday, 20 February 2014 11:43

What BYOD Means for e-Learning

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The number of devices that corporate elearning must support is growing at an unprecedented rate. Is your elearning ready to meet the demands of BYOD policies?
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We design more information-based courses today than we would care to admit. Agreed, these courses can instead be called web pages, cheat sheets, information dumps, knowledge  stores, etc. They don’t necessarily have to fall under the ambit of ‘courses’. But whatever we call them, the fact remains that these are designed by learning designers, and we would do well to keep a few good practices in mind before we set upon designing them. 
Friday, 14 February 2014 18:15

The Basics of Scenario-Based e-Learning

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In this post, I will walk you through the various aspects of scenario-based eLearning, so that you can design eLearning courses which not only keep the learners motivated and engaged, but provide them with the best possible educational experience that effectively enhances their skill sets and/or knowledge base.
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