Why Flip Book Maker Is the Best Tool to Develop E-books

Why Flip Book Maker Is the Best Tool to Develop E-books

Often, designers of e-learning content focus on tasks such as setting effective learning objectives, using the right interactivities, and developing assessments. While these tasks are important, designers also need to provide their learners material for further learning. Most online learning content designers present this material in the form of interactive eBooks.

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7 Barriers for E-learning Implementation [Infographic]

As an organization, you might be looking to increase your sales, improve efficiencies, and stay compliant. You might have opted for e-learning, with all its advantages, as the prefect training solution, based on your requirements. However, even after the decision to implement e-learning, you might face some barriers that will prevent its successful adoption or leveraging its benefits.

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Sound Effects in E-learning: Top 8 Sample Music Sites

Sound Effects in E-learning: Top 8 Sample Music Sites

One of the important aspects of e-learning development is music. Many instructional designers add music and/or other sound effects to make their e-learning courses more interesting for learners. Music is the language of emotions. Most of us love music, as it eases tension and anxiety. So, why don’t we provide background music and/or other sound effects in our e-learning courses? This will engage learners throughout the course, add an element of fun, and also increase learners’ attention.

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Managing Global E-learning Projects? Play Your Part Well

Managing Global E-learning Projects? Play Your Part Well

Training modules developed for multinational organizations must meet global requirements. As a project manager, it is your responsibility to ensure the modules are developed on time, within the budget and of course, surpass the expectations of your client. To ensure this, expert execution of your critical role is necessary. This post explains how you can play your part well.

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7 Step Process of Content Comprehension in E-learning [Infographic]

Classroom training material can be in form of Word documents, PPTs, PDFs, videos, etc. In most cases, these training materials are unstructured and inconsistent. Content comprehension is necessary to create performance-oriented e-learning courses and is a key component of good instructional design. It enables instructional designers (IDs) identify gaps in the content and ensure topics ‘flow’ in a logical sequence.

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No! No! No! 3 Don’ts When Converting ILT to E-learning

No! No! No! 3 Don’ts When Converting ILT to E-learning

After considering the various benefits such as its 24/7 learning accessibility, consistency in training, and wider reach, you might have considered implementing e-learning in your organization. Great! But, the transition from one training method to another is never easy. So, what next? Will you start from scratch? What about those countless PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, and MS-Word documents you have created over the years and been using to train your employees? I’m sure all those documents are not so useless that you discard them. They have been helpful so far, so don’t ditch them. You can effectively convert these documents into online courses.

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