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April 13, 2016

Content Marketing For Online Training: Lessons From Aristotle

People who sell courses online for passion and profit are sometimes referred to as “edupreneurs”. Let’s assume you are an edupreneur and have some courses built and installed on a Learning Management System. We’ll focus here on how to make learners aware that those courses exist – without attention paid to this it is not likely they will sell well. The topic of this article is content marketing for online training, and inspiration comes from an unlikely source in the context of modern digital marketing: The Greek philosopher Aristotle.
by David Hill
April 8, 2016

How To Choose The Ideal eLearning Consultant For Your Online Training Program

Teaming up with the right eLearning consultant gives your organization the power to produce an online training program that yields measurable results. Choosing the wrong one, however, can lead to wasted resources, ineffective online training courses, and frustration for everyone involved. In this article, I'll share the pros and cons of hiring an eLearning consultant, as well as 4 tips that can help you select the ideal person for the job. 
by Christopher Pappas
April 8, 2016

Localization: Taking eLearning Above And Beyond!

Can we expand the scope of localization to include more than just translations to other languages and cultural sensibilities? Can localization also mean making the course more intelligent to suit the learning preferences of the user? This article attempts to explore why localization should now be the next big eLearning revolution.
by Shweta Iyer
April 7, 2016

Use eLearning To Revolutionize Change Management

eLearning is more than just a suite of platforms, tools, and solutions to bring more technology into education. Fully embraced, eLearning carries with it a whole philosophy that changes the role of learner and teacher. Understanding this relationship can, in turn, transform your approach to change management.
by Edgar Wilson