Are your employees struggling to recall what was taught through eLearning? Consider 9 eLearning design elements that will cater to different memory types.
Is eLearning enough to achieve far transfer of learning? Here are some ideas to make use of eLearning while designing training for far transfer of learning.
Simulations are a boon to training and easy to include in eLearning. Read to know when simulations in eLearning make the winning difference.
What are the benefits of using characters in eLearning? Read for the answers and examples of how we used characters in eLearning for our clients.
Have you ever thought of incorporating storytelling in eLearning? Read this blog to know why you should think of using storytelling in eLearning.
Want to know about the instructional techniques for facts and concepts in eLearning? This blog post gives you an insight into the instructional techniques.
Classroom activities can be converted to fit an eLearning strategy. Know how classroom role plays, quizzes and more find a place in your eLearning strategy.
Can using mind maps in eLearning make learning effective? How can you apply them in eLearning? This blog explains the application of mind maps in eLearning.
Learning objectives play an important role in the design and development of an eLearning course. Check this infographic to understand the purpose of learning objectives.
A storyboard is a blueprint, that helps you pre-visualize your e-learning course by organizing the content, multimedia elements, and assessments in the required format and sequence.
eLearning courses that fail to engage learners can be fatal to the success of the entire eLearning endeavor. That’s when eLearning design comes to the rescue! Read this blog to know six design elements that can make a huge difference in your eLearning courses.
While introducing e-learning in your workplace, it is necessary to base them on a good understanding of adult learning principles. This will help you create powerful and truly learner-centric e-learning courses.