Articles for the category: Best Practices
Customizing, narrating and being empathetic are three strategies that can help you design an online course that will engage and engage the students.
How can learning data analysis improve your online course and help you create more effective learning experiences?
Using a fictional character to accompany the students in eLearning is a way to increase their involvement. What characteristics should it have? Should it be a drawing or a real character? Man or woman?
Trying to create a direct relationship with the students, a kind of conversation, allows to increase their involvement and improve the final results.
To avoid the online course being less effective it is preferable that students always feel "active" within the course. A greater presence of tutors, for example, is one of the winning weapons.
Learning Objects are like Legos, bricks that can be used over and over again to create different constructions. Here are some ideas for planning some really reusable learning objects.
Loneliness, organizational difficulties and lack of concentration are only three of the problems faced by online workers and students. Here are some strategies to overcome them.
Whether it's corporate training or didactics, for a successful videoconference it is essential to avoid "technical problems" and keep participants involved. Here are some tips to make everything go smoothly.
For effective distance learning it is not enough to transport the same things that are done in the classroom by other means, but it is necessary to rethink the same goals with different teaching models and technologies.
Just like videos, your online course can go viral. Success though, you know, can "go to your head". Here's how to deal effectively with this possibility and how to take advantage of all the advantages.
Training in times of social distancing has only one way out: it must take place online. Before starting an eLearning project, there is a choice to make: is synchronous or asynchronous learning better for your employees?
Online courses are an indispensable tool to improve employees' skills. However, in order to achieve this goal, it is essential that the design phase aims to make the content memorable.
An interesting infographic presents global data on the use of virtual classrooms.
Despite the digital divide, "narrow" bandwidth and obsolete hardware, the health emergency linked to the spread of the coronavirus is pushing Italians to take great steps towards digitization.
How to plan smart working effectively, following 5 simple steps.
Not investing in a quality corporate training course means risking a drop in benefits. Frustration, low productivity and high turnover are just some of the consequences of this initial "savings".
With the outbreak of the covid-19 emergency, the Miur makes some resources available to schools to implement distance learning. What is the approach adopted in Italy and in the other countries where schools have been suspended?
The lack of direct interaction typical of many online courses can help to dampen students' enthusiasm. Here are 5 ideas to create a sense of community within online courses.
Receiving feedback on the course from students is a valuable help to improve the course in the short term. What are the mistakes to avoid when designing this test?
Technological progress has opened the door to new approaches that can be used in microlearning: chatbots. Let's find out how chatbots can make online training even more versatile and effective.
Speed, effectiveness and simplicity. These three elements perfectly describe microlearning. To turn them into reality it is necessary to pay attention to some features of these "mini" online courses.
The virus does not stop culture. Thanks to eLearning and videoconferencing activities, nobody will lose the year.
How to improve the completion rate of an eLearning course? Here are some tips to encourage students to complete the online course.
The help that technology is providing to combat the emergency through smart working and online training.
How to understand if you are overloading the students with content and avoid it.
Social learning is the ability of humans to learn from others. In addition to direct observation and imitation, there are other ways to encourage social learning, especially through eLearning. Here are 3 examples.
What are the best strategies for engaging students? Here are some tips to prevent trainees from getting easily distracted during online training.
How can eLearning improve the company's IT security?
How to design an online course so that students can connect content with their experiences? Here are some tips on how to use trainee's mindsets.
How to integrate home-produced animations and videos into an eLearning course.