Articles for the category: Infographics
How has training technology developed from the late 1800s to the present day? Let's find out in this infographic from the University of Phoenix.
What are the characteristics of distance learning and what are the future prospects of this specific training modality?
Cognitive prejudices, i.e. our beliefs, can lead to systematic deviations of reality, even in learning.
How to plan smart working effectively, following 5 simple steps.
How to integrate home-produced animations and videos into an eLearning course.
From the choice of the font to the responsive design, the visual elements are fundamental for the proper functioning of an eLearning platform. Here are seven tips for creating excellent visual communication.
What is social learning and how can it be virtuously integrated into workplace training?
Do you know what's trending in microlearning?
Business education as an ecosystem.
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.
Companies with defined onboarding programs record significantly better loyalty, productivity levels and employee satisfaction.
What data are stored by your IT devices and how to defend them?
7 factors to consider.
How to face the challenges of IoT testing?
In which direction is the evolution of human resource leaders going?
5 data to support microlearning in business education.
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.
If you don't have an internal online training team, how do you choose the right provider for you? Here are 9 simple tips to follow.
Content curation can be one of the fundamental tools to be able to offer trainees a more flexible and engaging training path. What is it? What are the benefits of using this discipline for eLearning?
An online course allows you to insert a wide variety of design elements that help to involve students and improve learning opportunities. However, it is essential that the interface is as intuitive as possible.
Professional training is a valuable opportunity for companies and employees. Consequently, the question arises: why are there so many objections to vocational training?
The approach to learning distinguishes one candidate from another.
Some significant data on company training
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an education framework based on decades of neuroscience research. Let’s discover it together.
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.
Are your employees happy and motivated in your company?
Online learning is the new future, but it is important to ask ourselves some important questions about this topic. How have these courses born? How have they developed and above all, what is the current situation?
Internet has made knowledge very accessible. Online training for health and safety at work is very convenient. But what role does the classroom now play?
What kind of motivation works best for your students?
Knowing the preferences of modern students can be very useful for better planning your e-learning offer.