Revamping old eLearning courses to match the learning requirements of tech-savvy learners is inevitable. This blog gives four signs to identify when it’s time to revamp eLearning courses.
A prototype is a mini version of an eLearning course. When selecting slides for a prototype, it is best to select a few that are representative of the various types used in the course. This blog talks about 5 benefits of using prototypes in eLearning.
Randomizing test questions is a great strategy to improve the effectiveness of assessments in e-learning. Check this blog to gain an insight on the right reasons to randomize test questions.
Organizations should leverage pre-assessments to put their employees through relevant training, rather than putting them through forced training that adds no value to employees, and ultimately to the organization. Practicing this will enable organizations gain employees’ acceptance for training.
Looking for an eLearning vendor who can meet your expectations and create an effective course within the given time and budget? Consider their prototype before you select them.
Formative assessments help in evaluating a learner’s progress through an online course. Wondering how to create good formative assessments for your eLearning courses? Read this blog to know the best practices of creating formative assessments.
It is necessary for an organization to develop a well-designed assessment to accurately measure the extent to which employees have understood the content taught in the course.
This infographic shares 7 very useful, simple tips that go a long way in the development of high-quality eLearning courses.s.
This blog describes the design elements you need to include when creating accessible e-learning for learners with special needs. Implementing design elements ensures you create inclusive learning for everyone.
This blog focuses on the five benefits of using e-learning templates in the course development process. It also explains how templates help learning designers.
What is the point of an online course if it fails to create an impact on the maximum number of learners? Learners include those with disabilities as well. Check this blog to learn more about designing for accessibility and the design elements you can use.
Here’s our infographic to explore 10 interesting examples of gamified e-learning assessments.