Discovering online learners' preferences and identifying knowledge gaps are some of the best known benefits of conducting eLearning audience research. However, there are also a variety of other advantages that you may not have even considered. In this article, I'll highlight 5 hidden benefits of researching your target eLearning audience.
Do you know how much your employees know? Are you aware of their experience and personal background? In this article, I'll share 6 ways to research your remote corporate learners so that you can create meaningful online training courses.
They say that the internet is a gold mine of information, but do your online learners know how to properly prospect it? In this article, I'll share 7 tips to enhance the online research skills of your learners through eLearning.
What skills do your employees really use on a daily basis? What abilities are they lacking, and where do their strengths lie? In this article, I will share 6 tips on how to successfully conduct a skills assessment that can benefit both your corporate learners and your organization.
One of the most crucial steps in developing successful corporate eLearning programs is identifying what your corporate learners need to know. If a work-related process or procedure is involved, then a detailed task analysis is often the ideal approach. In this article, I’ll offer 6 tips on how to conduct an effective task analysis for your next corporate eLearning course.
Want to broaden your eLearning horizons and impact more online learners? In this article I'll share some helpful tips that you can use to design eLearning courses that appeal to a wider eLearning audience, so that you can boost your eLearning course sales and expand your eLearning market reach.
If you like using games as a tool to facilitate learning, you might find this taxonomy to be helpful in choosing the right games for the right teaching/learning situation. The Taxonomy of Language Acquisition Games (TLAG) may just be that tool to help your learners achieve their educational goals.
Are your online learners getting the personal attention they need to fulfill their goals? In this article, I'll share the best practices for creating learner-centered eLearning courses.
Tone is often associated with speech. However, every aspect of your eLearning course design sets the mood and conveys a specific emotion. In this article, I'll share 8 tips for setting the right tone for your next eLearning course.
Every member of your audience is an irreplaceable resource. But only if they're willing and able to exchange ideas with their peers. In this article, I'll discuss 4 benefits of knowledge sharing and I'll share 5 tips for facilitating it in your eLearning course design.
Blogging isn't just for sharing snippets of life or reviewing the latest products. In fact, you can turn your entire corporate eLearning course into a social learning experience with one post at a time. In this article, I'll share 7 tips for creating a corporate eLearning blog.
What do you get when you combine cybernetics with online education? A theory that takes a systematic, technology-based approach to Instructional Design. In this article, I'll share everything you need to know about the Conversation Theory, including the core principles, levels, and types.