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3 July 2019: 3 strategies to reduce student dropout rates

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?

26 June 2019: How to prevent students from going into cognitive overload

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.

26 June 2019: What types of videos do you include in an online course?

Using videos in e-learning is no longer a choice but a necessity. Animated videos, explanatory videos, live videos ... what kind of video is best suited to your target?

19 June 2019: 5 tips to make an online course interactive

One of the main challenges in designing an online training course is to be able to keep students' attention high. Adding interactive elements is one of the best strategies to succeed in this endeavor.

19 June 2019: How to write an online course with the right tone of voice?

How to avoid months of work for the preparation of an online course go up in smoke because the wrong tone of voice is chosen? Here are some useful tips.

12 June 2019: Game-based learning: cognitive load, motivation and learning

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.

12 June 2019: The 5 worst eLearning navigation obstacles

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.

5 June 2019: Bringing digital natives to baby boomers thanks to e-learning

Can online training unite different generations of workers and how?

5 June 2019: eLearning courses: how to give effective feedback

What is the best way to give feedback to a student after a test? It is an important question as the student's assessment is a great teaching opportunity and an opportunity to stimulate learning.

29 May 2019: How important is text in eLearning?

Reading from a screen creates some difficulties. Yet, in an online course, textual content is essential to improve understanding and increase students' knowledge. How to make this type of content more attractive?

22 May 2019: 4 questions to evaluate an online course

At the end of a training course not only the students are evaluated ... but the whole eLearning project. The final moment is essential to summarize the results achieved by the students and the online course.

22 May 2019: Gamification and Social Networks influence online learning?

In addition to the way we communicate, gamification and social networking have a strong impact on e-learning learning processes.

22 May 2019: How is the storyboard used in eLearning?

To introduce audiovisual elements in eLearning we use a technique borrowed from the world of cartoons. If you have never heard of the storyboard you are missing out on one of the crucial tools for designing an online course.

15 May 2019: How to use affordance in e-learning

The graphic aspect of an eLearning platform, besides making the course more enjoyable, also has a practical value. Through the conscious use of design elements it is possible to make the interface more useful and more intuitive for students.

8 May 2019: What questions should an SME be asked before designing an online course?

The questions to be asked to a small and medium-sized company are useful to understand what its training needs are. Where to start to prepare a tailor-made online course? Simple: from journalism.

8 May 2019: 5 design elements to make an online course effective - Infographic

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.

24 April 2019: Gamification: some useful examples for online training

Those who think that gamification is to produce educational videogames did not fully understand one of the major trends in online education. Here then is what gamification means and how it can be used in the field of eLearning.

24 April 2019: How can I create eLearning courses faster?

Many make the mistake of immersing themselves enthusiastically in the design of the course, without dwelling on some focal points.

17 April 2019: Why collaborative online learning activities are effective

Online collaborative learning activities facilitate knowledge exchange and active learning and require a strong commitment from teachers, including in the implementation of feedback and evaluation processes.

10 April 2019: The importance of context in eLearning

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.

10 April 2019: Learning management system for mobile devices

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.

10 April 2019: 5 good reasons to adopt e-learning in schools

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.

3 April 2019: The theory of social learning and the impact on online education

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?

3 April 2019: The CSCL model applied to online learning

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) is a typology of collaborative computer-based learning that can be easily integrated with the models and processes typical of distance learning.

27 March 2019: 5 tips to improve a course according to user needs

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?

27 March 2019: Instructional designer: the e-Learning architect

With the expansion of e-learning the figure of the instructional designer is destined to grow.

27 March 2019: Learning object: what it is and what it is used for

The Learning Object (LO) consists in the possibility of re-using, in the context of e-learning courses, educational material in digital format that can support the student for learning purposes.

20 March 2019: 6 tips to improve an online course

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.

20 March 2019: How to adapt the content of an existing online course to the specific needs of a client?

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.

6 March 2019: How long should last the video of an online course?

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?

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