Articles for the category: Trends
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.
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.
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.
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.
Every year, Artificial Intelligence seems to be destined to change the world of online and classroom training. How will tangible changes be seen in 2020?
Do you know what's trending in microlearning?
Will robots conquer the world of work? Will digitalization free workers from low value-added activities?
Many companies, internationally, are relying on eLearning for corporate training.
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.
"Learning by playing". This should be one of the mottos of an online course designer. In addition to the so-called so-called gamification, choosing game-based learning, or game-based training, can be a winning move.
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?
"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.
50% of Italian companies are committed to building strategies for upgrading their resources.
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?
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.
Business education as an ecosystem.
Not only work related social networks, but also the most common ones seem to be more open to platforms and online learning groups. How do social learning groups work on Facebook and what are the advantages they can give to eLearning?
What strategies can be adopted to help change behavior in the company through online courses? Events, challenges and social learning are the key words.
The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that around 20% of current jobs could be automated in the coming years.
How are they structured and why have one?
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.
How can a long story and short content be integrated? The eLearning answer.
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?
A call from a potential client trying to convert a classroom course into an eLearning course. Is this really the only need?
The creation of learning cultures and healthy workplaces is key to foster employee engagement that leads to their wellbeing
Read the new guide to improve, measure, maximize the impact and returns on your corporate learning strategies in 2019.
Microlearning is a method of acquiring knowledge online in short-lived "pills", which offers users maximum freedom and flexibility.
How to face the challenges of IoT testing?
In which direction is the evolution of human resource leaders going?
Is creating micro-content just a response to the decline in attention and retention, or a more effective method of transmitting knowledge?