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5 Online Course Formats For Content Digitization

5 Online Course Formats For Content Digitization

Where “digital” simply describes the process of transposing tangible content into digital content, “digitization” describes an intrinsic adaptation of this material. “Digitizing content” involves structural changes to correctly adapt to a new format with its own norms and use cases.

Free eBook – Train Outside The Box: An Essential Guide To Extended Enterprise Training

Free eBook – Train Outside The Box: An Essential Guide To Extended Enterprise Training

Τoday’s enterprises have no walls. Your enterprise is your employees, your customers, your partners. Thus, limiting your training efforts to in-house employees will only fail to align your goals with the rest of your business channels. The Holy Grail of a holistic approach to training is getting every person that affects your business to embrace your training culture. Get the insights on extended enterprise training and discover sure-fire tips to successfully deploy an extended enterprise training plan with the support of an LMS platform. A must-read piece of work from eFront’s intelligence team for all eLearning professionals that are certainly thinking outside the box.

Embracing The Modern Workplace

Embracing The Modern Workplace

Digital technology in the modern workplace allows us access knowledge wherever we are. We pick, use, and often discard information, and that presents serious challenges and opportunities for workplace training.

5 Ways To Determine eLearning ROI

5 Ways To Determine eLearning ROI

You want to give your corporate learners the online training resources they need to accomplish their goals. But at what cost? Are your current online training initiatives really worth the investment? In this article, I'll explore 5 ways to determine the eLearning ROI.

Why Measure Training?

Why Measure Training?

The only time we need to measure training is when someone is going to decide something as a result. We can often do this quite simply, as we only need to reduce the uncertainty about the future for the person who is actually making the decision.