Are you looking to measure the outcomes of your corporate training program? This blog discusses 7 quantitative metrics that you can use to evaluate the effectiveness of your eLearning.
Are you worried about rolling out your eLearning courses on time? Read this blog to gain actionable insights on how to improve your eLearning development cycle and churn out courses quickly.
Are you looking for new, simple ways to design effective eLearning? Here’s a blog that will take you through 5 elements that will help you create effective courses. Read on to explore them.
eLearning courses should be learner-centric to engage and encourage learners to complete them. eLearning design is critical to help increase learner engagement and performance. Let’s look at the top 6 learner-centric eLearning course design tips.
Most people think marketing is limited to product and brand promotion, but nothing could be further from the truth. Here are six lessons from marketing applied to eLearning design.
Before you implement eLearning in your organization, it is critical to gauge your content, IT, and learners’ state of readiness for this initiative. Explore key considerations for successful eLearning implementation in this webinar!
eLearning is much more than adding audio to PowerPoint presentations and publishing them online. Explore what it takes to design meaningful, memorable eLearning courses.
The 10 best practices of eLearning design are all you need to get started. Organizations all over the world are adopting eLearning practices. You can benefit from eLearning with its easy accessibility, lack of restrictions on learners’ locations and time zones, as well as elimination of classroom training logistics. Read on to know more.
In eLearning, you need to compensate for the absence of the instructor with a variety of interactivities and engagement techniques. Let’s go through a few high-level considerations for converting your classroom training material into high-impact eLearning.
Are you concerned your eLearning courses are not learner-centric enough to provide the desired results? Designing learner-centric courses is not very difficult as long as you keep a few factors in mind. This blog discusses three considerations to design learner-centric eLearning courses.
This blog examines the importance of adult learning principles for employee training, and how they can be incorporated in eLearning for effective learning.
Here’s a list of must-read books on Instructional Design that’ll hold your hand and take you through the process. And if you are well into eLearning in your organization, these books will add to your existing skills and understanding.