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Catalog eLearning Courses vs Custom eLearning Courses 6 Factors To Consider

Catalog eLearning Courses vs Custom eLearning Courses: 6 Factors To Consider

Not sure whether you should choose a custom eLearning course or a pre-built one? Whether you’ve opted to go with a catalog eLearning course for your learners or have decided to start from scratch and develop a custom eLearning solution, choosing the right eLearning course and vendor is essential. In this article, I´ll share 6 valuable tips to help you choose the best custom and catalog eLearning courses addressing to your audience.

How To Build An Agile eLearning Authoring Team

How To Build An Agile eLearning Authoring Team

Doing more with less has been a mantra in corporate training departments for the last decade and if you’re an eLearning manager looking for new ways to develop eLearning more efficiently, read on. Likewise, the ability to create home-grown courses on a shoestring budget has an obvious appeal and certainly is a way forward for small businesses as an accompaniment to their one-to-one training.

So how do organizations - large and small - ensure that training is well designed, compliant and adds value to the business?

Using Twitter For eLearning: 8 Pros and 6 Cons To Consider

Using Twitter For eLearning: 8 Pros and 6 Cons To Consider

Using social media as eLearning platforms is a well known practice for most eLearning professionals, nowadays, as social media have become almost everyone’s second nature and they can offer opportunities for sharing eLearning techniques, promoting information and exchanging opinions, views and comments. But, should you incorporate Twitter into your eLearning strategy? In this article, I will reveal 8 pros and 6 cons to consider when using Twitter for eLearning.

Gamification: Key To Corporate Sales Training Success

Gamification: Key To Corporate Sales Training Success

When I was at school, there was a common (not funny) teacher joke that went something like this, “Don’t laugh, people will think you’re having fun.” Smiles were stifled, replaced with scorn but we couldn’t hide our guilty truth: we liked learning. So, should adults also have fun while they learn? Absolutely! Enter: gamification.

Gamification has become increasingly on-trend in the eLearning realm. Proven more than a gimmick, gamification is claiming stakes as the must have addition for top-notch eLearning. By definition, gamification is the use of game logic and mechanics in non-game contexts to engage and motivate learners in solving problems – that said, it is particularly effective for corporate sales training, let’s check out why.

Learning Motivation For Employee Engagement

Learning Motivation For Employee Engagement

From many points of view Employee Engagement is critical for business success and in a broader sense a digital transformation has to take place regardless of the market segment a corporation belongs to. This transformation must include new innovative solutions that motivate employees to produce, share, acquire and retain knowledge, in order to be successful. What a better content/theme then to infuse through a modern Learning Motivation Environment than Corporate Culture, the hottest issue for Employee Engagement.

Build Or Buy e-Learning Content To Support Your Product Launch

Build Or Buy eLearning Content To Support Your Product Launch

Developing e-learning content to support a product launch might not seem as immediately important as much as say, marketing or PR, but it’s crucial to get everybody in your organisation not only understanding it, but living and breathing the messages behind it. Once your product is released, it’s too late to start developing e-learning content - by this point, your people need to know it inside and out, and have the necessary tools at their disposal to help it succeed.

Why Soft Skills Are Key To EVERYONE’s Employability And Career Progression

Why Soft Skills Are Key To EVERYONE’s Employability And Career Progression

The message about ‘soft skills’ has been garnering a lot of support in the press: highly qualified graduates with a string of A*s but who are uncomfortable in face-to-face meetings and making calls. Business is all about building relationships and those relationships just don’t develop via email – people need to go out there and talk to other people and they need soft skills to do it. Mark Rose explains how it can be done.