eLearning Concepts

5 Ways To Prevent Information Overload In eLearning Courses

5 Ways To Prevent Information Overload In eLearning Courses

Employees deal with large amounts of information every day. They likely check email, social media, and RSS feeds daily, as well as take in everything happening on the job. It’s easy to burn out with so much to take in. Avoiding information overload is helpful in personal life and is also an important consideration in elearning courses.

BYOD: The Mobile Shift Of The Business World

BYOD: The Mobile Shift Of The Business World

Bring your Own Device (BYOD) also known as Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT), Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP), and Bring Your Own PC (BYOPC), has created a lot of buzz in the business and technology worlds over the past year. The concept is that companies can save money by allowing their employees to use their own devices to access the tools they need to do their jobs.

5 Best Practices For Incorporating Games Into Training Courses

5 Best Practices For Incorporating Games Into Training Courses

Engaging and motivating your learners can be achieved through successfully gamifiying your e-Learning course. But just adding any game into your course may not benefit your learning at all; in fact, it could steer away from the key messages you are trying to portray. There are many aspects to consider when incorporating a game into your online training to guarantee that your course will not only engage your learners but also motivate them to learn.