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How To Build The Relevant Quiz Activity On Your LMS

How To Build The Relevant Quiz Activity On Your LMS

True/false, multiple choice, fill-in the gaps, listening comprehension... There are many different question types and their corresponding e-learning activities. So, what question type is relevant for my course, based on the particular stage, the learners, and the training objectives? Thomas De Praetere, CEO at Dokeos, explains how you can build a relevant quiz activity on your LMS.

Questions For Choosing a Learning Management System

Checking Under the Hood: Choosing a Learning Management System

Choosing a Learning Management System is a complicated process since there are many different aspects to consider, not to mention that the LMS is usually the most expensive component of the online learning ecosystem. In this article, I have gathered a number of questions and categorized them properly, in order to help you make the process of choosing a Learning Management System straightforward, well structured, and less stressful.

Learners Think Training Is A Burden - 8 Tips to Change This!

Learners Think Training Is A Burden - 8 Tips to Change This!

I am sorry to bring the bad news, but unless you are creating commercial courses that people buy on their own, there is a big possibility your precious learners think that training is a burden. You might be putting your heart and soul into a product for people who actually wish training would disappear from their to-do list, and think that training is a useless waste of their time, time that they can use for other, more productive activities (like for example meeting this month’s target). I know it is unfair and harsh, but can you really blame them?

How The 70:20:10 Model Can Takeoff

How The 70:20:10 Model Can Takeoff

The 70:20:10 model has a growing fan-base, but Learning and Development Departments will still need to have more concrete evidence for the value of the 70:20:10 model and how it will add value to the company as a whole, so as to be a worthwhile financial investment. A lack of empirical data supporting the 70:20:10 model as well as a lack of concrete certainty about its origin, impact on its uptake which is why traditional learning still stands its ground. Well, at least for the time being.