E-learning opens a new door to everyone. Its customized learning solutions offer advancements and efficiencies to the organization, at an affordable cost.
It is clear that the eLearning market is rapidly expanding and eLearning is emerging as the most preferred form of learning and development. In this post, I will highlight 5 basic considerations that you need to keep in mind when you start eLearning in your organization.
This blog talks about a few quick steps to build a business case for eLearning. It also highlights the need for eLearning and the benefits associated with using eLearning to train employees.
Analyzing your target audience is the first step toward developing an effective and learner-worthy eLearning course. Check these 10 questions your eLearning vendor will pose you about the target audience.
A comprehensive e-learning design and development process involves several steps and needs effective communication between the stakeholders and the development team. Read this post for complete insights on the steps.
The structure of your e-learning team can vary according to the number of specialized roles and the scope of the e-learning course. In certain situations, one individual can don more than one hat. Read of the important players here.
E-learning is gaining widespread acceptance in the world of corporate training. Check this infographic to know how eLearning makes a positive impact on your organizational goals.
ELearning champions act as catalysts for change and can motivate others to use e-learning, by providing encouragement and support. This blog highlights the areas e-learning champions need to be good at.
A good e-learning course needs careful planning of various aspects. This infographic offers a handy checklist of the things that need to be taken care of in the storyboard.
Planning to adopt eLearning in your organization? Wondering if eLearning will be beneficial for your organization? Read this blog to know how eLearning can help you save costs, increase productivity, and enhance revenues!
Want to ready a new workforce for the challenges of your organization? E-learning courses are here to serve you.
This blog will focus on the pitfalls you should avoid when framing learning objectives. It will explain them, provide examples, and cover the consequences of poorly written objectives.