eLearning Design and Development

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May 11, 2016

10 Guidelines To Emphasize Visual Design In Your eLearning

Explore and apply 10 design guidelines that can transform your eLearning to make it more clear, easy to read, and readily comprehensible. Not only can you learn what these guidelines are, but you can practice using them in this award winning online interactive. These guidelines make your eLearning look professional, support user’s learning process, and increase your course production efficiency (saving you time and therefore money).
by Johnny Hamilton
May 7, 2016

7 Tips To Create The Perfect eLearning Conditions

In traditional learning environments the décor, room layout, and study spaces all play pivotal roles. eLearning may lack all of these physical attributes, but there are a wide range of other factors to consider when creating the perfect eLearning conditions. In this article, I'll highlight 7 tips to help you develop the ideal setting for your eLearning course. 
by Christopher Pappas
May 7, 2016

Preparing Your Online Learning Strategy For The Millennials

Millennials are the first generation to grow up entirely with technology and is truly comfortable using it and being around it. For them, technology is not an extra… it is an integral part of their live, almost like an extension of themselves. Millennials want technology to make their lives easier, faster, better, flexible, and more interactive and have a more pervasive presence. While we might not want to generalize, the millennial generation wants technology to be a part of their homes, their community, and their jobs. However, if you go online you’ll find a number of articles branding this generation as shallow, undisciplined, non-aspirational, and extremely demanding. Now that, according to me, is where the gross generalization starts.
by Anand Timothy
May 6, 2016

6 Tips On How To Deliver Persuasive Speeches In eLearning

eLearning is a great tool for those who wants to learn new skills. Through videos, animations, and podcasts, you can virtually learn anything nowadays. And the advantages of this method are many, from studying at home and at your own pace to pay much less for tuition and extra resources. So it is understandable if you are interested in joining this trend and make yourself available as an online instructor. But, with so much competition out there, you need to stand out somehow. And one of the best ways to do it is by delivering persuasive speeches, so your students will remain interested and come back again for more courses.
by Diana Beyer
May 5, 2016

8 Tips To Create Α User-Friendly eLearning Course

Your learners don't have to time to muddle through maze-like eLearning courses or click aimlessly on links that lead them nowhere. An eLearning course should be intuitive, well organized, and easy to navigate if you want to achieve the desired results. In this article, I'll share 8 tips that can help you create a user-friendly eLearning course for your online learners.
by Christopher Pappas
May 5, 2016

10 Building Blocks Of Great Custom Learning

Learning, according to any pedagogue, becomes effective and easy only when it is customized as per the learner’s abilities. With the advent of technology, online learning has become a fad. Custom learning is replacing tedious and daunting classroom training programs, thereby enabling learners to take up courses as per their convenience. Technology-aided learning has greatly influenced the corporate and educational spheres. However, any negligence could result in the failure of your custom learning program. Many custom learning initiatives do not generate desirable results due to bottlenecks in the learning program. So, how do you ensure that your custom learning initiative fulfills its primary objective?
by Suresh Kochattil
May 1, 2016 | Sponsored

Adapting To Adaptive Learning

“Adaptive Learning” has been a frequently used term in education for many years but today, with the advent of more ubiquitous technology in schools, education systems are placing more emphasis on the advantages of leveraging adaptive techniques within both assessments and instructional programs. Adaptive Learning, in the domain of computer-delivered instruction, is now used as a fairly generic term and can describe a wide range of functionality from the fairly simple to the highly complex. The basic idea of adaptivity in learning is the ability to modify the presentation of material in response to a student’s performance.
by Artur Dyro