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Soni Amit K

Its all about creating learning experience.
Amit has worked more than 10 years in Training Industry. He has remarkable experience in Learning Technologies which is very important for todays organization growth. He has also done freelance training for corporate where he trained employee about the tools like Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline and LMS configuration.
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Using Whiteboard Animation For Training And eLearning

Using Whiteboard Animation For Training And eLearning

Most Institutes and organizations are still using the board (white/black) techniques to teach their students/learners. Whiteboard animation is the concept of teaching the learners digitally while maintaining engagement. This mode can be altered with some interactivities and voice-overs. Whiteboard animations can play a huge role in eLearning industry when using proper delivery methods. With an effective script and storyboarding it can also be used to create better engagement for eLearning.
Choosing-the-Right-Methods-for-eLearning Factors and Elements

Choosing The Right eLearning Methods: Factors And Elements

Many organisations are now transforming their learning and development programs to the eLearning domain. But choosing the right methods for their business based on their needs is still a challenge. Choosing the right eLearning programs depends upon many factors like proper need analysis, target audience analysis, task analysis, topic analysis, and evaluation methods. Apart from these analyses there is the very important principle of Learning Pyramid created by the National Training Laboratories. Choosing the right delivery methods directly impact effectiveness and cost benefit for the organisations.
eLearning Insights: “Do You Really Need eLearning?”

eLearning Insights: “Do You Really Need eLearning?”

In today's IT era many organizations and institutions are using eLearning because it can be as effective as traditional training but at a lower cost. Developing eLearning is more expensive than preparing classroom materials and training the trainers, especially if multimedia or highly interactive methods are used. However, delivery costs for eLearning (including costs of web servers and technical support) are considerably lower than those for classroom facilities, instructor time, participants’ travel and job time lost to attend classroom sessions.