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July 2, 2015

eLearning 101: Getting Started With Online Training

When I first started working at Trivantis, I had the hardest time explaining to my friends and family exactly what an “eLearning authoring tool” was. Most of the time I settled on “You know when you have to sit at a computer and take a course that tells you not to sexually harass your coworkers? That’s eLearning.” Everybody gets that, and everyone laughs. I’m so funny, right? (No.) But there’s so much more to eLearning, or online training, or virtual learning, or mLearning, as people are starting to call it these days.
by Stephanie Ivec
June 18, 2015

Why Cross-Training Employees Makes Sense

Cross-training is becoming trendy; more and more businesses find themselves having to respond quickly to customer service requests, and they need the flexibility to accept them and handle them professionally, if they are to survive.
by Roz Bahrami
June 14, 2015

8 Tips To Create A Successful Employee Online Training Orientation Program

How can you make your new employees feel welcome, inspired, and proud to be starting a career in your company? In this article, I’ll share 8 top tips to create a successful employee online training orientation program in order to help you not only fully cover all important issues and considerations during the orientation process, but also make your newly hired staff feel lucky they work for your organization.
by Christopher Pappas
June 9, 2015

8 Things eLearning Designers Should Learn From Trainers

eLearning courses used to be considered as a self-learning, formal, static way of building competencies. Their users are expected to learn in minimum time, whereas boring page-turners are not very rare among eLearning offers. On the other hand, trainees are invited from time to time to dynamic, engaging workshops, which provide them with in-depth experiences and heavily influence their minds. Let's discuss which methods used by “traditional” trainers should be taken into account while designing eLearning courses, in order to bring them as close as possible to vivid and effective learning experiences.
by Marek Hyla
June 7, 2015

Using Whiteboard Animation For Training And eLearning

Most Institutes and organizations are still using the board (white/black) techniques to teach their students/learners. Whiteboard animation is the concept of teaching the learners digitally while maintaining engagement. This mode can be altered with some interactivities and voice-overs. Whiteboard animations can play a huge role in eLearning industry when using proper delivery methods. With an effective script and storyboarding it can also be used to create better engagement for eLearning.
by Soni Amit K