Articles for the category: Best Practices
What are the 3 advantages that companies can obtain from the adoption of e-learning for the training of employees, regardless of the sector they belong to (from the commercial to the non-profit, to the pharmaceutical and health sector)?
The terminology in e-learning is fundamental. Let's clarify some of the most used terms in the online course glossary starting with the webinar and virtual classroom.
What can eLearning professionals learn from marketing? The basic rules can be useful to improve the visibility and quality of your online course.
The menu can help students navigate within the contents in an easy and intuitive way. Is it always necessary to use this element? What are the cases in which it is preferable to insert a menu in an online course?
Converting classroom courses to the e-learning format can allow you to revolutionize the training offer for your company's staff. Let's see how to implement this transition.
Do you think that writing the title of your course is a mere formality? Mistake! The title is decisive when it comes to attracting potential students. How to make it more appealing?
Today, companies that offer courses in e-learning mode must ensure that no third party can get hold of user data, which could endanger computer security and privacy.
Would you like to become an online training specialist? We present 5 techniques that will help you improve your communication skills and engage your students in e-learning training.
Creating a realistic scenario and telling a story that learners can use in the workplace is a great way to maximize the involvement and effectiveness of an online course. Here are some concrete examples.
Whether it is standard solutions or personalized e-learning, if you do not establish adequate learning objectives it is like putting students on a boat without a rudder.
When is it preferable to take advantage of the possibilities eLearning has to offer? From smartworking training to entry-levels, here are the contexts in which an online course is a step ahead.
What strategies can be adopted to help change behavior in the company through online courses? Events, challenges and social learning are the key words.
The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that around 20% of current jobs could be automated in the coming years.
What to do to implement e-learning training saving time and money? How does the use of external suppliers represent an economic solution for companies?
Are you not 100% sure that you want to enroll in an online course? These ten motivations can be an excellent starting point for deciding to start an eLearning course.
Differences between training strategies for children and adults.
The e-learning that is based on empathy is able to enter into direct connection with the user, with his mindset, with the work environment in which he works and with the problems he faces, by involving him adequately to offer him a solution.
3 ways to support trainees in achieving their educational goals.
How are they structured and why have one?
Companies with defined onboarding programs record significantly better loyalty, productivity levels and employee satisfaction.
How can a long story and short content be integrated? The eLearning answer.
Creating a successful e-learning course for a large company means using techniques that help employees learn quickly and memorize knowledge, but above all practices adaptable to different departments, usable with a very large user base.
Mobile learning offers endless possibilities. Nevertheless, it is necessary to remember the differences between the various devices in order to avoid oversights during the design of the eLearning platform. What are the main errors?
Well-structured and compelling stories can be a powerful tool within an eLearning course. In addition to maintaining high student concentration, they can help you discover practical cases and improve problem-solving skills.
The questionnaire that follows a course in e-learning mode is a kind of test aimed at measuring the reactions of the participants, collecting information and feedback. What is useful to ask the students?
A call from a potential client trying to convert a classroom course into an eLearning course. Is this really the only need?
One of the greatest challenges of the instructional designer is to create an online course according to deadlines, without the classic writer's block and other distractions that slow down its productivity. Here's how.
eLearning is an excellent tool to acquire skills, but is it also able to stimulate a change in the corporate culture and favor the application of what has been learned?
The goal of a successful e-learning course is to inform, stimulate attention and actively involve the user in the training path to improve his/her work performance.
The description of an online course is like a shop window: by reading the text, potential students will decide whether to participate in the training course offered. How to best write this description?