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19 February 2020: 7 steps to create effective visual communication - Infographics

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.

12 February 2020: The use of virtual reality in corporate training

Virtual reality allows you to significantly improve the effectiveness of corporate training. We discover the potential of virtual reality courses and good practices for integrating this new technology into corporate training processes.

12 February 2020: How to use microlearning in online courses

If we really want to base our course on microlearning it is not enough just to minimize the content. Here are some tips for planning a "micro" online course.

5 February 2020: E-learning in the time of Tik Tok

The successful features of Tik Tok (the social media app of the moment) offer useful food for thought also for the e-learning sector, according to Teleskill.

5 February 2020: Virtual reality: how companies use it

The use of virtual reality between companies is increasingly frequent. Let's find out the main application scenarios: from corporate training to recruiting, from sales to customer experience.

29 January 2020: How to insert user-generated content in online business training

Is it possible to use the material produced by employees of a company within an online company course?

22 January 2020: eLearning: involving all types of students

There are those who learn best through video or audio. There are those who prefer to learn by exercising. To meet the needs of the students, eLearning must try to satisfy all learning needs

22 January 2020: How and when to create effective microlearning videos?

The main attribute of the micro training contents is to be synthetic. In which cases is it better to create microlearning videos and how to make sure they reach the training objective?

15 January 2020: Neuroscience and training: how to improve the learning of new skills

85% of job success depends on having well developed soft skills, while only 15% depend on technical skills.

15 January 2020: Statistics and eLearning: how to use student data to improve an online course

The statistics of an online course are a mine of useful information not only to evaluate the results achieved by students, but also to adapt the content of the course to their needs. Here are some data to monitor carefully.

15 January 2020: Who is the 'modern' student?

In order to improve your online course, you need to know the target audience. What are the main characteristics that "modern" students look for in eLearning?

18 December 2019: How to promote an online business course through testimonials and reviews from former clients

Word of mouth is and remains a valid sales technique in every sector. In eLearning it can be activated through testimonials or former students. Here's how to transform former clients into promoters and increase sales of an online course.

18 December 2019: The 5 major challenges in using the 70:20:10 model in business education

Challenges of using the business model 70:20:10.

11 December 2019: How, when and why to use learning tests in e-learning

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!

11 December 2019: How to use an LMS to understand the training needs of students

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?

11 December 2019: How can big data help e-learning professionals?

It is expected that over 75% of all companies globally will invest in Big Data analysis within the next decade. But how can they help online learning professionals?

11 December 2019: Binge learning: what e-learning can learn from Netflix

"Overeating" on TV series is now a common phenomenon. What happens if e-learning is also transported to this form of consumption? Here are the results obtained from a recent study on the subject.

4 December 2019: eLearning: tips from the world of marketing

What can eLearning professionals learn from marketing? The basic rules can be useful to improve the visibility and quality of your online course.

27 November 2019: How to increase the productivity of your e-learning team

In this article we will discover some ideas and suggestions to develop a more productive team of e-learning professionals.

27 November 2019: Does your online course need a menu?

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?

27 November 2019: Confirmation bias in eLearning

Many trainees approach the online course with prejudice. This could affect their learning success.

20 November 2019: How to convert classroom training to e-learning

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.

20 November 2019: Methodologies for e-learning: a guide to design and develop projects

The guide covers methodologies and suggestions for creating interactive content and facilitating online learning, as well as some of the technologies used to create and deliver e-learning training.

20 November 2019: Is the title of your online course effective?

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?

13 November 2019: Immersive learning: is it possible to fully immerse yourself in online training?

From storytelling to simulations and challenges in real time: everything seems to focus on immersive learning where what matters is the error. Have we understood correctly?

6 November 2019: 5 techniques to become an online training specialist

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.

6 November 2019: Storytelling and scenario-based learning, some concrete examples

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.

6 November 2019: The importance of choosing the font in an online course

Have you ever wondered "if" and "how" the font chosen for your online course influences the learning and involvement of students? This choice can be fundamental to capture the attention of the students.

30 October 2019: Instructional Design: the trends 2019 - Infographic

Business education as an ecosystem.

30 October 2019: Establishing learning objectives in the outsourcing of personalized e-learning

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.

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