In this article I'll discuss about the various ways that you can use YouTube to create collaborative and powerful eLearning courses. The key to tapping into the power of YouTube is to know how to effectively integrate it into your eLearning strategy.
You’ve put a lot of time and money into producing eLearning content for your eLearning YouTube channel. But all your hard work doesn’t seem to be reflected in the subscriber count and YouTube eLearning video views. In this article, I will show you everything you need to know about promoting your eLearning YouTube channel.
Are you ready to have a seat in the director's chair and launch your own eLearning YouTube Channel? Check this article to discover the 3 key benefits of creating an eLearning YouTube channel and 4 simple steps to follow in order to get started on this adventure.
YouTube isn't just a place for viral online videos and entertaining vlogs. In fact, you can use this video-sharing platform to make your eLearning course more engaging and immersive for your audience. In this article, I'll share 5 ways YouTube can transform your next eLearning course.
YouTube is not only the kingdom of digital entertainment but it can also be a great environment for learning. In this article, I'll share 8 important reasons why you should use YouTube in eLearning and I'll explain how making it part of your eLearning course can truly benefit your eLearning audience.
A brief guide on using a combination of WordPress eLearning themes, plugins, and other tools to launch a fully featured online course portal. LMS, payment gateways, membership plugins, and video hosting options are discussed.
Here's 6 things you can do to help build your expertise as an eLearning developer.
My article covers tools and techniques for utilizing Chroma Key, (aka, Green Screen video ) technology to enhance the learner's experience.
Training videos for learning have been used for decades, and online learning videos have almost been around just as long. So why haven't you been using video in your eLearning?
If Artificial Intelligence is going to play a greater part in the business culture, what will this mean for human employees? Part III of this series of articles about eLearning in 2017 looks at the issues of humans vs. AI Assistants.
When eLearning content designers create material for their courses, they invest considerable amount of time, skill, effort, and money into its production. If you are an independent designer, or running your own eLearning consulting business, you have much more at stake in your creations. As a result, there is often an implied understanding of “ownership” for the content. However, oftentimes content created through your toil and labor can be surreptitiously copied and used by someone else; depriving you not only of acknowledgement of ownership, but also of potential material and financial benefits that may have accrued to you. Copyright aims to put an end to such “misappropriation” of content that lawfully belongs to you. In most cases (though there are limitations and exemptions) such protection grants the original creator the right to own the content, and decide who can use, share or disseminate it. In this article we will talk about copyright protection in eLearning. We will also go over some useful tips to consider when dealing with copyrighted content.
LinkedIn is a place where professionals can gather, share tips, and network with like-minded individuals. It's also an effective marketing platform for your latest eLearning press release. In this article, I'll share 8 tips to promote eLearning press releases using LinkedIn.