Joining a new company can be a daunting task for many. There are new things to learn, new people to meet and new business processes to grasp. It takes approximately 6 months for a new hire to be groomed into the ways of the new company and actually start being productive. Organizations spend considerable amount of time and resources to mold a new hire in their ways. Therefore, employee retention holds great importance.
How can you ensure your online course is free of grammatical errors? How can you develop an e-learning course that is consistent in terms of formatting and language? How can you see to it that the layout of pages and the design of graphics is systematic? Having a style guide will standardize all these elements.
Are you planning to outsource your e-learning development project to India? You need to partner with a good technology-enabled learning solutions provider to make the most of your outsourcing initiative. Here is the list of 8 features you should look for when making a choice.
Are your employees’ pre-learning and post-learning levels almost the same?
Do your corporate learners lack motivation or enthusiasm during the training course?
Are your learners mere passive observers of the course?
The first thing you need to do before starting e-learning course development is conduct a “learner analysis”. It is very important to know who your learners are, and what they have to learn. In fact, knowledge of the target audience, their preferences and skill sets will help you tailor the presentation of the learning content to meet their specific needs and preferences.
Looking for a course with no flaws? Then, you need a “must-have” checklist, when you develop an e-learning course. A checklist is something that reminds you of all the things you need to ensure in your end product. Following the checklist for e-learning development will ensure the quality of the course. So what should your checklist contain? Check out our infographic below to find out.
Organizations worldwide spend billions of dollars to train their employees. Training helps the workforce learn something new or improve their existing skills. But the question is, will your employees be able to implement what they learn from the training programs in their work?
As we know, learning objectives play a vital role in an e-learning course as they generate learner interest by sharing what they will be able to accomplish after completing the course.
But in most cases, we present learning objectives in the form of a bulleted list. This is not always effective. If you are taking an e-learning course for the first time, you may read them with great interest. Eventually, you will be skipping the learning objectives altogether. So how can we avoid this?
We all know that content is important to create a good e-leaning course – but is that enough? No. Even the best content won’t interest the learner if it looks bland and unappealing. Then, how can we make our e-learning courses appealing? Well, by choosing the right color scheme that is aligned to the content we’re working with. Integrating colors in e-learning courses can be the most effective way to enhance learners’ attention and help them connect emotionally with the course. However, selecting a color scheme that is pleasing to the eye, and also related to the subject can be a difficult task.
It’s said that you cannot (and maybe should not) judge a book by its cover, but the harsh reality is that we DO judge a book by its cover – appearances do matter! The right content is obviously important for creating a good e-learning course – but that’s not enough. Even the best content won’t interest the learner if it looks unprofessional and unappealing. When it comes to visualizing content, one of the most important aspects is choosing the right color scheme that is aligned to the content you’re working with. Your color scheme has the power to enhance or downplay the data, such as its relationships, the advantages and disadvantages, and so on.