Phani Madhav

Phani Madhav is an expert content writer and avid blogger. He has written several well-received articles and eBooks that address various challenges faced by the L&D community. He holds a bachelor's degree in Commerce and a Senior Diploma in German. He is a movie buff, and you can find him enjoying Hollywood classics when he is not writing.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 6: Quizmaker 360

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? - Part 6: Quizmaker 360

Welcome to the sixth post in a series of fourteen. In the first four blogs, we saw how Storyline 360 makes the creation of online courses easy. We looked at the features of the Articulate 360 tool that help create good animations and learning interactions. We saw that Storyline 360 can be used to develop effective software simulations and online assessments. We also examined Storyline 360’s features that facilitate responsive and accessible online learning. In the fifth blog, we looked at the capabilities of Presenter 360, an important component of Studio 360.

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5 Happening Trends in Mobile Learning

5 Happening Trends in Mobile Learning

Paul is the product training manager of a large consumer electronics company. Recently, his company launched a new washing machine into the market. Paul was put in-charge of training his firm’s sales reps on the product. He weighed various options and chose mobile learning to deliver the training.

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What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 5: Presenter

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? - Part 5: Presenter

Welcome to the fifth post in a series of fourteen. In my earlier blogs, we looked at the easy authoring features of Storyline 360 and its ability to create good animations and facilitate effective learning interactions. We saw that the Articulate 360 component enables the development of high quality software simulations and e-learning assessments. We also examined Storyline 360’s features that facilitate responsive and accessible online learning.

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6 Best Practices of E-learning Content Localization

6 Best Practices of E-learning Content Localization

In recent years, the number of non-Anglophone users of the Internet has grown considerably. A recent study showed that English speakers constitute just 26.3% of the global Internet-using population. As the Internet becomes increasingly multilingual, companies are compelled to translate and localize their online content, and web-based learning materials are no exception.

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5 Aspects That Make Outsourcing E-learning to India a Big Hit

5 Aspects That Make Outsourcing E-learning to India a Big Hit

Kevin is the sales enablement manager of a large multinational pharmaceutical company. A few days ago, he was congratulated by his boss for training the medical reps of the company, online, in a very effective manner, with minimal expenditure. The secret of Kevin’s success – outsourcing his e-learning project to a reputed firm in India.

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How Short E-learning Modules Facilitate Effective Learning

How Short E-learning Modules Facilitate Effective Learning

Small is beautiful. –E. F. Schumacher

Are you worried about the low completion rates of your online courses? Do you wish to help your learners comprehend subject matter easily and retain it effectively? You need to go for microlearning. A study by BBC revealed that the delivery of training content in the form of short learning modules can enhance understanding, retention, and application levels by at least 30%. No wonder, 8 out of 10 L&D professionals prefer imparting training through bite-sized learning modules.

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5 Tips for Effective Feedback in Online Formative Assessments

5 Tips for Effective Feedback in Online Formative Assessments

It is a well-known fact that formative assessments play a key role in delivering effective online training. These assessments help learners check their comprehension of the subject and reinforce their learning.

How can you create good formative assessments for your e-learning courses? Well, among the various aspects you need to consider, providing feedback is inarguably the most important. Today, we will look at 5 best practices of providing effective feedback in a web-based assessment.

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Why You Should Develop Online Assessments Before the Learning Content

Why You Should Develop Online Assessments Before the Learning Content

Harry is the product sales manager of a large insurance company. Recently, his organization had developed an online course on its new annuity policy, which was highly interactive and engaging. Harry expected the course to be a resounding success. But, to his dismay, the course was a big failure. A distraught Harry began analyzing the causes for failure and soon found the culprit – poor alignment of the course with its learning objectives.

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