Corporate eLearning

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December 16, 2016

4 Steps To Effective eLearning

When developing an eLearning course, the most beneficial thing to do is focus on your specific business results first. By being mindful of the results you desire, you can make effective use of your time when planning how to attain your end goals, and thus create effective eLearning courses for your employees.
by Jayme Jenkins
December 16, 2016

3 Essential Ways Corporate Training Can Benefit Higher Education

Corporate-academia merger or tie-ups can be a mutualistic association. Corporate training can benefit higher education by increasing revenue, providing support for other institutional activities, and ensuring 100 % placements. Organizations, in turn, can reap the benefits in terms of smooth onboarding, less expenditure, and job-ready employees.
by Vivek Bhide
December 15, 2016

4 Effective Strategies To Engage eLearners

In order to be competitive, training strategies and environments can’t be merely functional, they have to be engaging. What are the training strategies that will make that personal connection and effectively focus and engage eLearners? Here are 4 learning strategies to consider.
by Keith Gibson
December 13, 2016

eBook Release: 7 Steps To Subscription Learning

Treating your employees as “subscribers” to a newsletter that contains engaging and compelling microlearning has a lot of value. Delivering learning to their desktops or mobile phones, repeating learning as necessary and assessing results can be very valuable. Download the eBook 7 Steps To Subscription Learning to see the 7 steps to accomplish this.
by Christopher Pappas
December 13, 2016

8 Tips To Increase Learner Participation In eLearning

While eLearning offers many new possibilities for user engagement, employees can still be resistant to workplace trainings in general. Making trainings more social, accessible, and relevant helps boost learner participation and cultivates a more positive attitude towards courses in the future.
by Jayme Jenkins