Online collaboration adds a social dynamic to eLearning experiences and boosts active participation. However, collective problem-solving and group eLearning projects can be tricky in asynchronous eLearning environments. In this article, I'll explore the 8 most notable factors that promote online collaboration in eLearning.
Looking for online collaboration tools for your eLearning team? This article discusses 5 and how to get the most out of each.
eLearning can be lonely, especially self-paced eLearning courses that don’t rely on human interaction. Thankfully, there are ways to capture the magic of social learning and peer-based feedback in your next eLearning course. In this article, I’ll highlight 5 online group collaboration ideas that are creative, effective, and 100% engaging.
Introducing eBridge: An Online Review And Collaboration Tool To Optimize eLearning Course Development
All of us who are in the business of custom eLearning development are aware of its increasing complexity and the intrinsic need to have an agile process to keep pace with increasing customer expectations. Customers today are looking for just-in-time online status updates, faster turn-around time, and reduced cost for better and enhanced learning designs. Often, the development process includes reviews from multiple Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and reviewers working from different regions and time zones across the globe without access to a single source to review and get online status updates. Due to varied needs of customers, you possibly use multiple authoring tools to craft the required custom online training solution. In an ideal world, you would love to provide a single interface for all of these (both to your development teams and customers), won’t you? Let us introduce eBridge, which does just that.
When you’ve finally finished creating your eLearning course, there’s just one important step left: reviewing. It’s a good idea to have a team take your course and review every aspect of it, including assessments and interactive components.
In this article, I will present you 9 tips to boost collaboration with your eLearning design and development team. These tips and techniques can offer you and your eLearning team the chance to improve communication, streamline your efforts, and effectively handle any challenge that an eLearning project throws your way.
In this article, I'll share 10 tips to use collaboration tools in eLearning, so that you can create eLearning courses that are truly interactive, immersive, and innovative. Each tip, trick, and technique will allow you to not only more effectively utilize collaboration tools, but to make social collaboration an integral part of your eLearning strategy.
While developing eLearning experiences within business training and formal education, finding that elusive motivation to learn is the ultimate hope of educators and trainers alike.
Are free eLearning authoring tools really the best option for your organization? Or are there unexpected costs to consider? In this article, I'll share 10 hidden fees associated with free eLearning authoring tools.
Most businesses have transitioned from locally installed and hosted information systems to cloud-based ones. The most popular eLearning authoring tools are still tethered to a laptop or desktop.
As eLearning continues to evolve, there are many voices contributing to its development. However, there is one voice that is not part of the conversation that needs to be heard. That voice is the students. This article presents a challenge for us to include them.
Managing emotions is essential for success, especially in the workplace. In this article, I'll share 7 tips to facilitate emotional intelligence in corporate eLearning environments.