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13 February 2019: How to build a good learning test in 7 steps

Often those involved in eLearning must create quizzes and questions. What are the 7 characteristics of a "good question"?

13 February 2019: How To Study Online Courses Effectively (11 Useful Tips) - Infographic

Having online classes is a great thing. You never have to turn up to a class in person, just sit with your computer at home, and receive instructions from your lecturer.

13 February 2019: How to define the price of an online course

Analysis of competition and its added value are not enough to establish the price of an online course. Price policy must be included in your marketing strategy.

6 February 2019: MOOC for e-Learning professionals

The peak for those involved in eLearning? Never have attended an online course. So it is better to take cover with a MOOC with which to train and put yourself in the shoes of their students.

6 February 2019: How to promote online courses from copywriting to video marketing

Is it enough to write captivating texts to increase the number of students enrolled in online courses or are there other marketing strategies that can be applied to e-learning?

6 February 2019: 11 mistakes not to be committed in eLearning training

A list of the 11 things that an online trainer should not do.

30 January 2019: Customization in e-learning: benefits and methods

Customizing an online course increases student involvement, but is it always possible to create tailor-made content and at the same time achieve the training objectives?

30 January 2019: How to calculate ROI in e-learning?

Is it really worth investing in e-learning? To know this, you can evaluate the ROI considering the quantitative and qualitative benefits of online training.

23 January 2019: How to take live exams and create virtual classrooms for an online course

E-learning makes it possible to automate the student management process, but this does not exclude moments of interaction with the trainer through video call examinations and virtual classrooms.

23 January 2019: How to meet the needs of today's learners?

Internet has pushed more and more users on search engines to find “their” online content, often replacing an e-Learning course with a Google search. What should today's trainer do to respond to changes in technology?

16 January 2019: Why users look for interactivity in e-Learning courses?

Most e-Learning courses are linear and do not take advantage of interactivity. An interactive course gives the user the possibility to make certain choices during the training course, and much more.

19 December 2018: How to set the training objectives in e-Learning

Training objectives are the set of skills that learners should acquire at the end of a training course. How do we identify them correctly given that they are the base of the entire the training architecture?

19 December 2018: How to create an interactive opening screen

Have you ever noticed? When you first access an e-Learning course on your monitor you will see an opening screen full of instructions to follow to help you navigate easier and understandable.

12 December 2018: How much time did you spend thinking about the design of your eLearning course?

The content and layout of the course involve users. Are you thinking about your students and their interaction with the course or are you focused only on the appearance of the course?

12 December 2018: 5 Models for content curation in eLearning

Is it better to create or curate content for an online course? The mass of existing information on the internet suggests to organize and manage the contents following 5 models. They are listed below.

5 December 2018: How to take care of eLearning content

The contents of an online course must always live up to the expectations of the students; this is why they must be carried out with particular care. Taking care of the contents means use the resources available online in the most effective way.

5 December 2018: How to recognize a good eLearning course

eLearning mode is a very effective way of learning, provided that it has been designed and developed taking some factors into account. How can we recognize a really good online course?

5 December 2018: 3 reasons to use animated GIFs in your eLearning courses

Simple, lightweight and effective images: these are the advantages of using GIF images in your eLearning courses.

28 November 2018: How to make your online meetings more productive

10 tips to keep people involved and interested during conference call meetings.

28 November 2018: How to stimulate proactive learning in OnLine training

5 tips to implement the proactive learning of employees in your online training program.

21 November 2018: Social learning: why it is important to share knowledge in e-Learning?

Digital social learning is one of the trends of e-Learning, with a specific goal: to put users and their experiences at the centre of learning. Why this is important for a company and how it can stimulate employees?

21 November 2018: How organize the presale an online course

The hardest part of presale for an online course is to convince users to make the purchase. Here are some useful strategies to make prospects informed and enthusiasts of the e-learning product before it comes out on the market.

14 November 2018: Adaptive Learning: what it is and how it can contribute to success

How can you configure Adaptive Learning as a tailor-made solution meeting your Learners’ needs? But more than this: this type of learning also helps achieving the success of corporate training. Let's find out how.

14 November 2018: 5 good reasons to organize the presale of an online course

Is it possible to receive orders for an online course before finishing it? The answer is that it is not only possible but also necessary if we want to make the most of e-Learning.

31 October 2018: How to market an e-learning course

Preparing an impeccable online course is not enough. As with any other product, you need to know how to market it. Here's how to do it.

31 October 2018: Adult Learning: what is it and what are its objectives

Adult learning is a training methodology aimed at adults. The field of educational research has identified factors that are essential in relation to the target audience when designing an e-learning course.

31 October 2018: How to use downloadable eLearning content?

9 tips for using downloadable eLearning content in your online training strategy.

24 October 2018: 6 ways to transform the culture of education

What is the best way to transform the culture of education in your company?

24 October 2018: e-Learning for Lifelong Learning

The concept behind the continuous learning is called “lifelong learning” and a new sector called e-Learning has been created thanks to the web. It allows everyone to learn everything from the comfort of home, looking at online courses.

24 October 2018: eLearning and SMEs

A project to test common online training practices in SMEs.

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