Articles for the category: e-Learning Platforms
The learning test cannot be missing in your e-learning course. If you want to find out how, when and why you test your students' learning, read on!
We are used to thinking of an LMS, learning management system, as a platform to manage and deliver online courses. If instead it were also a tool to analyze training needs?
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.
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.
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.
What are the best tools in the field of elearning? Here are some of the main features that software should offer to help optimize both the organization and the creation of an online course.
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.
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.
Do you need to test your e-learning course before launching it to verify its adequacy and effectiveness? With some simple authoring tools, you can create courses from simple PowerPoint slides.
Quick and easy to access, microlearning can be the best tool both to fix some content already learned in the past and to spread new updates on certain topics.
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?
Read the new guide to improve, measure, maximize the impact and returns on your corporate learning strategies in 2019.
Is it possible for a small training institution to become scalable by tripling the number of students thanks to online courses? We are looking for answers with an American case study.
Intuitive, fast and effective, icons can be a very useful graphic element in eLearning. In order to be truly advantageous, however, these graphic elements must be used in a conscious and precise manner.
What are the major models for instructional design and how to use them for online training?
7 factors to consider.
How to face the challenges of IoT testing?
Suggestions for the development of a successful company Academy
Have you ever attended an online webinar that didn't require your direct interaction?
An LMS is used by those who create, manage and follow online courses. How do you choose the best platform for all these actors to agree?
5 data to support microlearning in business education.
What is the best way to move from traditional education to eLearning without slowing down the business training process?
Online courses are becoming more and more successful. However, the number of students leaving the training course due to lack of motivation also increases. What are the most suitable strategies to avoid this phenomenon?
The e-learning courses are based on the use of new technologies that promote self-learning, disengaging from the limits imposed by the physical presence of a teacher, with the advantages deriving from flexibility and cost reduction.
The "cognitive overwhelm" is that feeling that students can experience when they cannot continue a training course in a satisfactory manner due to stress and an excessively confusing and information-laden program.
Game-based learning is a teaching method that allows the user to visualize their progress and feel satisfied, motivating them to engage further and continue learning. In eLearning these aspects are fundamental.
An eLearning platform has different ways of use than a simple book. For this, it is necessary to design the course in such a way that students can easily navigate between chapters and online content.
Is it true that online courses have less quality, are easier or that employers tend to not recognize online certifications? It's time to debunk some of the major false myths about eLearning.