Articles for the category: Best Practices
The details of an online course, from the objectives to the contents, must be contextualized. It is an essential feature that will allow students to be aware of the usefulness of the training path and of the job opportunities.
The smartphone is an essential part of everyday life and this would be enough to explain why having an LMS for mobile devices. There are many other good reasons to train on your smartphone.
Using e-learning in schools to support the traditional teaching method can be useful for several reasons: it facilitates shared learning, makes it more pleasant, stimulates students' curiosity and more.
In a world where social networks are an essential communication tool, tools such as Instagram can be useful to keep students' attention high but also to improve learning and stimulate conversation.
Online courses seem to have solved the eternal debate between behavioral and cognitive theory by applying a hybrid approach to learning: the theory of social learning. But how do you create an online social dimension?
Student needs must be one of the most important factors to create an engaging and useful online course. For this reason, when designing an online training course it is essential not to forget the users' point of view. What are they looking for?
The beginning of the year is always a great time to tackle new and old obstacles that can jeopardize the success of your online course. For this reason, we suggest you little ideas to make improvements to your eLearning project.
When you have little time and resources to create an online course, the best solution could be to turn an existing online course into a personalized course. Here are some useful tips.
The opportunities offered by eLearning today
How important is the training of managers in today's business environment?
Language students approve and some linguists reject the use of artificial intelligence in language learning. Who will be right?
Is it better to make a long video which explains in detail the topic of an online course, or more short videos on the same topic? How to define the short and long concepts in eLearning?
Do you know the path that the participants take to complete their training? How to better manage the monitoring and why?
According to many, using video in online courses can help improve student learning and engagement. Despite this, several scholars and experts do not fully share this theory.
You've heard of it, but you do not know exactly what it is.
Contents, continuous training and teaching methods are some of the main elements to which an online teacher must pay attention. Here are some tips for all those teachers who want to appear in the e-Learning sector.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an education framework based on decades of neuroscience research. Let’s discover it together.
Often those involved in eLearning must create quizzes and questions. What are the 7 characteristics of a "good question"?
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.
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.
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.
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?
A list of the 11 things that an online trainer should not do.
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?
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.
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.
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?
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.
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?
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.
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