eLearning Articles

The biggest and most thorough collection of eLearning articles. Anything you need to know for eLearning, written by the top eLearning experts worldwide.

August 13, 2014

Responsive eLearning Design – Are we ready yet?

Please take a moment to think “do you really need a responsive eLearning design solution?” eLearning industry is driven by the principles of delivering eLearning courses to learn effectively. It has to be learner centric. With every eLearning course we create; it has to impactful, keep the learner’s attention and achieve the learning objective.
by Anand Timothy
August 9, 2014

Scripting the Success of Collaborative Learning

Corporate learners today are enthusiastic learners – as they view lifelong learning as the way to professional success. But even in the face of such enthusiasm, organizational learning can prove to be tedious and boring. Through workplace collaborations, learning can both be enjoyable as well as impactful. That’s good news for Learners as well as Training Managers – a true win-win for all!
by Arunima Majumdar
August 7, 2014

6 Top Tips To Build A Solid eLearning Portfolio

If you've been looking for a simple and straightforward guide to help you develop a winning eLearning portfolio, then you've come to the right place. In this article, I'll walk you through the process of creating an eLearning portfolio that effectively demonstrates your talents and skill sets to your potential employers and clients.
by Christopher Pappas
August 7, 2014

4 Steps to Designing an Effective Online Training Program

There's got to be a secret right? We all know that a good online training program is vital to a company's long-term success. It's like a steak dinner. You have to start with quality cuts of meat, or your meal isn't going to end up as delectable as you'd hoped. Similarly, if you don’t start with a good training program, your employees won’t develop the skills and knowledge they need.
by Stephanie Ivec
August 5, 2014

5 Questions To Get Started With Online Learning

Developing a powerful e-learning program for your school or district should begin with some questions. In this article, senior technology specialist, Mary Burns, of education Development Center, outlines 5 questions to get you started on the e-learning journey.
by Mary Burns
August 1, 2014

Writing In The Digital Age: Resources and Tools of Trade

Technology has changed the face of education in innumerable ways. As learners, we can only be grateful at how much times has changed. We can learn from a teacher thousands of miles away, and we can submit our overdue paper efficiently through email. It has also changed the way students come up with their school papers.
by Dorothy Hunter
July 31, 2014

A Culture of Empowerment: Beat the 70:20:10 Problem and Secure ROI

You’ll have heard about the 70:20:10 problem by now. It’s a theory about the way in which we learn: only 10% of our knowledge comes from formal training, while 20% comes from observing others and a whopping 70% occurs when we roll up our sleeves at work and get stuck in. Up until now, organizations have failed to secure ROI on their training spend as they have been focusing on formal training and haven’t been cultivating a culture of empowerment to tackle the remaining 90%…
by Juliette Denny