Articles

June 17, 2014

Project Management Software for Students: Let’s make Projects A ‘Cakewalk’

To be a student isn't an easy job; you have to learn, memorize, take tests and the most intimidating experience comes as an assignment or project. When I was in college, there used to be a project task every semester and trust me it was hard. With all your teammates having different cultural backgrounds and thinking; communicating with every member at a common place and time, becomes a big hassle.
by Sharon Thomson
June 17, 2014

How Single Sourcing Does the Work of an Army

Why is single sourcing such a big deal? If you have heard of the concept, you might realize it can be a big deal for a number of reasons. For one, it gives a few course eLearning developers the tools to do the work of an army. A single source mentality means eLearning content is created once, stored in a central repository (ideally the cloud) and then with the click of a button published to just about any eLearning platform one could possibly imagine.
by Melanie Moffett
June 9, 2014

5 Tips To Make Learning Games Effective

The worth of games in learning has been explored in education and corporate training. In learning games motivation and engagement are not the main goal. Yes, they definitely help the learners get engaged but the ultimate goal is the mastery of knowledge and skills which are important in the workplace. The ultimate goal is the outcome of the gaming experience - the transfer of knowledge or skills gained onto the job. The article illustrates 5 Tips of ensuring that the goal is successfully achieved and that players LEARN.
by Arunima Majumdar
June 6, 2014

eLearning Localization: Voiceover vs Subtitling!

It’s time to localize your eLearning course. You have on-text and audio. The text part seems pretty straight-forward, but what do you do with the audio? There are several considerations when localizing the audio component of your eLearning course. Do you choose voiceover recording or subtitling? Let’s start by explaining the difference between the two and then looking at the pros and cons of each one.
by Caitlin Nicholson