The time taken to develop an e-learning course has a direct impact on its cost. There are a few factors that play a key role in determining the duration of an online course development project. Would you like to know what the factors are? Well, check out our infographic below.
77% of companies in the USA offer online training to improve the professional development of their employees, and the growth rate of this method of training is so rapid that it is expected to grow by 13% per year, up to 2017. Of all the companies that use e-learning, large companies hold a huge share of 30%.
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.
Learning through mobile devices meets the demands of an increasingly global, mobile, and tech-savvy workforce. Mobile learning is well on its way to becoming the future of workplace learning.
E-learning has proved to be quite cost-effective for organizations and easily accessible for learners, compared to traditional training methods1. So, many organizations have been embracing e-learning as one of the methods to train their employees.
For years, Adobe Flash was the uncrowned king of the e-learning world. This powerful authoring tool demonstrated a high degree of flexibility in terms of creating online learning interactions – you could incorporate a wide variety of web-based learning interactivities, ranging from simple click-on-tabs to complex branching scenarios. It seemed that the reign of Flash would never end.
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.
According to a survey by the Brandon Hall Group in 2016, implementing M-learning is among the top 3 priorities of organizations across the world. M-learning or mobile learning refers to any kind of learning that takes place through smartphones, tablets, phablets, netbooks, and digital readers.
Classrooms have always been the ultimate places for effective learning. Now with employees spread globally, the increasing need for multilingual and consistent training has reduced the feasibility of classroom training. Advancements in Internet technologies have reduced the attention spans of learners, further straining the traditional methods. To counter all this, the use of technology has become essential in the learning and teaching ecosphere. From laptops, to tablets, to smartphones, technology has altered the way we learn, and it is only going to influence us more as time passes.
Markers in online courses, help learners identify onscreen elements. They can be used to develop interactivities in which learners’ can hover or click the Marker to view hidden content.