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Information vs Knowledge: 7 Tips To Transform Information Into Knowledge In eLearning

Information vs Knowledge: 7 Tips To Transform Information Into Knowledge In eLearning

We often use the terms "information" and "knowledge" interchangeably. While they do share a symbiotic relationship, there are distinct differences that have an impact on eLearning experiences. In this article, I'll explain the difference and I'll share 7 tips for transforming information into knowledge in eLearning in order to facilitate knowledge transfer and retention.

7 Tips To Spark Online Discussions

7 Tips To Spark Online Discussions

Some of the most amazing eLearning experiences happen spontaneously during online discussions. Online learners have the power to connect with their peers and see things from a new perspective. In this article, I'll share 7 tips on how to spark online discussions, so that you can make your eLearning course collaborative, communicative, and engaging.

5 Tips To Use The Triarchic Theory In Online Training

5 Tips To Use The Triarchic Theory In Online Training

Acquiring and assimilating new information involves a multitude of firing synapses, mental schema, and memory banks. In other words, it’s more complicated than it looks. In this article, I’ll explain the 3 components of the Triarchic Theory, as well as 5 tips on how to use its principles in online training in order to boost knowledge retention and draw upon the experience of your corporate learners.