eLearning Content Development

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May 15, 2015

Top 9 Reasons To Develop Custom eLearning That Engages Employees

There are many benefits that Learning and Development professionals find in custom eLearning development, but increasing your employees’ engagement is one of the top. In this article, I’ll delve into why and how you can develop custom eLearning courses in order to make your online training immersive, interactive and engaging for every employee of your corporate learning audience.
by Christopher Pappas
April 13, 2015

Trends In LMS Content: How Are We Creating Content For The Modern LMS?

Though most organizations swear by the utility of an enterprise wide LMS, there are a lot of factors that come into play when assessing how well the LMS is successful across the intended group of learners. One of the major factors affecting LMS success is an obvious one – the Content. Learning and development managers realize this and are now making a concerted effort to provide relevant and varied content on the LMS, in a bid to increase its impact and align it to the needs of the learners. A blend of both in-house content and third party content works best to provide relevant learning material on the LMS.
by Heena Nanda
April 10, 2015

Custom eLearning Content: Lessons Learned

The road to eLearning hell is paved with great intentions, good content… and lousy delivery. A large american telecom had to face the truth of this statement. A new tool and a pretty eLearning approach to teach the employees how to use it. Yet, not all eLearning has the effect hoped for, as it turns out. Some might call it failure, but certainly it is a lesson learned...
by Greg Wasylik
April 2, 2015

Custom eLearning Content: A Powerful Tool

eLearning has redefined the learner, but the learner has to define eLearning. With more ways to access knowledge than ever before, anybody with an internet connection can now be a student in practically any chosen field. And custom eLearning content is one of the most powerful tools in disseminating information to your organization’s communities and audiences.
by Margie Herron
February 18, 2015 | Sponsored

Build Or Buy eLearning Content To Support Your Product Launch

Developing e-learning content to support a product launch might not seem as immediately important as much as say, marketing or PR, but it’s crucial to get everybody in your organisation not only understanding it, but living and breathing the messages behind it. Once your product is released, it’s too late to start developing e-learning content - by this point, your people need to know it inside and out, and have the necessary tools at their disposal to help it succeed.
by Mike Alcock
January 22, 2015

Creating e-Learning On A Mac

Mac users, this post is for you! e-Learning developers share a lot of tips and products for designing e-Learning on PCs, but what happens when you want to create the same-quality e-Learning course without giving up your Mac?
by Christie Wroten
January 21, 2015

Intellectual Property Rights In eLearning

eLearning professionals are increasingly creating educational materials that are offered on a wide scale, globally. With this dynamic frontier of content delivery, emerge questions and concerns about intellectual property rights among content developers and providers. Questions such as who owns the digital materials and content that I create and post online? What are institutional or organizational limits of ownership to my e-materials and digital products?, Can I patent my work and what are organizational implications? Do I have the right to use content for eLearning courses that is easily downloadable and found on the worldwide web at another organization? This article addresses intellectual property rights related to the field of eLearning and discusses its implications for eLearning practitioners.
by Jasmine Renner