Use stories in eLearning to strike a chord with learner emotions and facilitate effective learning. Find out ways to leverage stories in eLearning.
Situated Cognition theory can help learners put theory to practice. Here’s more information on applying Situated Cognition theory in eLearning.
Is your organization yet to adopt videos in online training? Here are five facts to make a robust business case for videos in online training.
What are branching scenarios in eLearning? What are their benefits? Read to find answers and 6 tips to design effective online branching scenarios.
Discovery learning helps learners learn by solving problems. Explore three easy strategies to incorporate discovery learning in eLearning.
Gamification is here to stay. However, a lot of myths revolve around it. Learn the truth behind four of the most believed myths on gamification.
What is game-based learning? Are game-based eLearning and gamified eLearning the same? What goes into an online game-based course? Explore in this blog!
Converting conventional quizzes to scenario-based questions offers multiple benefits in eLearning. Find out what 3 popular learning theories have to say about scenario-based assessments.
It is highly essential to develop a performance management training program that effectively caters to the needs of every employee. This blog will highlight instructional design strategies to create performance management training that one may want to consider.
Don’t let your employees get bogged down by lengthy boring courses that convey theoretical concepts. Here’s how explainer videos can boost online training effectiveness.
Videos on customer-service skill development can be an ideal complement to ILT sessions. Videos demonstrate to your employees how to convey the intended message effectively.
When it comes to software training, videos offer several options. They take the mundane out of software training and make it exciting and engaging. Choose the appropriate format based on the objective of the training to make an impact on your learners.