Responsive E-learning Design for Training Your Field Force

Responsive E-learning Design for Training Your Field Force

You invest thousands of dollars to implement e-learning – develop engaging and interactive online courses, buy a learning management system (LMS) to host courses, and assign them to learners based on their roles. All good till here. Now what if a crucial segment of your employees – the field force does not get to access to these online courses?

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3 Visual Design Tips for Multi-device Compatible Courses

3 Visual Design Tips for Multi-device Compatible Courses

Gone are the days when digital interactions took place only through desktop computers. Today, many people use a wide variety of devices such as tablets and smartphones to access the Internet. A study by Gartner reveals that more than 50% of users will use a mobile device first for all online activities, by 2018. The huge growth in the number people using multiple devices to access the Internet is compelling companies to develop online materials that are device-agnostic, and e-learning courses are no exception.

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5 Benefits of Responsive Course Design in Online Corporate Training

5 Benefits of Responsive Course Design in Online Corporate Training

As I write this blog, I am wondering how you will read this. Maybe you are sitting at your desk looking at a laptop screen or tapping away on your smartphone or swiping your iPad while commuting to work. The only way to ensure that you see these words as I do is to ensure that my blog site follows a responsive design. The same applies to online learning solutions designed for corporate training. If you are involved in training or L&D in your organization, you need to be aware of the benefits of implementing an online training program that follows a responsive design. Read on to get an insight into the significant benefits of responsive course design.

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5 Tips to Convert Legacy Courses Into Responsive Courses

5 Tips to Convert Legacy Courses Into Responsive Courses

As your learners continue to go mobile, accessing information on various devices and browsers, it’s time for you to start thinking about redesigning your legacy eLearning courses and retrofit them for your mobile audience.

If the very thought of completely overhauling your beautifully designed courses strikes fear in your heart, take a breath. We have your back; this post throws a few tips to make legacy courses responsive.

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