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March 28, 2015

7 Tips To Use Learners' Creativity In eLearning

By encouraging learners to use their creativity in eLearning courses you can transform even the most tedious subject matter into a unique and memorable eLearning experience. In this article I'll share 7 key tips on how to take full advantage of learners creativity when designing and developing your eLearning course.
by Christopher Pappas
March 7, 2015

Top 5 Benefits Of Learner-Centered Online Training

An eLearning course that caters to all learning needs and offers a personalized educational experience may seem like the Holy Grail of corporate online training. However, it is within reach. How? In this article I'll highlight the many benefits that a learner-centered approach can bring to your online training courses.
by Christopher Pappas
March 4, 2015

5 Step Design Model To Gain Attention Of A Learner

You might have learned or seen many techniques to create an effective eLearning. But after all these learnings have you ever realized that to gain and retain the attention of a Learner is the most challenging aspect of an eLearning course design. In this article, I will take you through an effective 5 step design model to gain the attention of a Learner.
by Jiyo Mathew Johnson
February 28, 2015

3 Reasons To Switch To Online Training

The ‘80s and the ‘90s gave birth to a new generation – a generation that has forced organizations to rethink their training strategy. If your organization has not made the switch to online training yet, this article will make you rethink your training strategy.
by Heera Edwin
February 21, 2015

Pedagogy Of MOOCs And Benefits For Modern Professionals

The popularity of MOOCs can be attributed to a variety of factors, one of the most important ones being their pedagogical base. Coupled with the constant availability, this makes MOOCs an excellent resource not only for students, but also for all the modern professionals striving for constant career improvement.
by Sarah Green
February 4, 2015

Why Soft Skills Are Key To EVERYONE’s Employability And Career Progression

The message about ‘soft skills’ has been garnering a lot of support in the press: highly qualified graduates with a string of A*s but who are uncomfortable in face-to-face meetings and making calls. Business is all about building relationships and those relationships just don’t develop via email – people need to go out there and talk to other people and they need soft skills to do it. Mark Rose explains how it can be done.
by Mark Rose
January 10, 2015

The Top 7 eLearning Benefits For Busy Adult Learners

Busy work schedules, hectic personal lives, and a lengthy list of responsibilities on both fronts, may prevent adult learners from continuing their education. At least, this used to be the case. Today, thanks to eLearning, it is possible for adult learners to further their education and develop necessary skill sets online. In this article, I'll highlight just a few of the many benefits of eLearning for busy adult learners who are always on the run.
by Christopher Pappas
December 29, 2014

Tips To Use Learners’ Imagination in eLearning

Learning is mainly viewed as a practical and “down-to-earth” process. Therefore, imagination, which is one key area of the brain, is often left by the wayside during the eLearning design and development process. In this article, I'll share some tips that will help you to tap into the imagination of your learners and use it to your advantage.
by Christopher Pappas
December 22, 2014

Learners Think Training Is A Burden - 8 Tips to Change This!

I am sorry to bring the bad news, but unless you are creating commercial courses that people buy on their own, there is a big possibility your precious learners think that training is a burden. You might be putting your heart and soul into a product for people who actually wish training would disappear from their to-do list, and think that training is a useless waste of their time, time that they can use for other, more productive activities (like for example meeting this month’s target). I know it is unfair and harsh, but can you really blame them?
by Nahla Anwer Aly