Articles for the category: Trends
Due to the mistrust of many people towards face-to-face contact, the eLearning sector continues to grow in the recovery phase.
The study of the Harvard Business Review on the future of human resources positions after the coronavirus.
How are the changes in corporate training affecting the budgets and expenses of the training department? What are the best strategies to support people in these difficult times?
The digital transformation requires new advanced skills that affect businesses and employees. How to increase digital skills with eLearning?
One of the sectors that are growing most and need to adapt quickly to the situation caused by COVID is eLearning.
Why is employee data analysis becoming a priority for HR departments in companies of all industries and sizes?
What is the value of the eLearning market in the world? What are the main drivers of growth and future prospects?
New technologies are an endless resource of educational content. From eLearning, to online libraries, to mass media, education tools are just a click away.
How do the 2020 HR trends change with the crisis and emergency brought by the coronavirus? The floor to HR expert, Tom Haak.
What are the characteristics of distance learning and what are the future prospects of this specific training modality?
The Learning Technologies fair, the prestigious event dedicated to digital learning and technologies applied to corporate training, was held in London on 12 and 13 February 2020.
How to plan smart working effectively, following 5 simple steps.
Scenario-based learning allows you to recreate some realistic situations in a virtual environment, to be ready for any eventuality. This is why this technique is very effective for training in health care.
What is the current eLearning situation in Africa and what are the trends in corporate training?
Technological progress has opened the door to new approaches that can be used in microlearning: chatbots. Let's find out how chatbots can make online training even more versatile and effective.
Speed, effectiveness and simplicity. These three elements perfectly describe microlearning. To turn them into reality it is necessary to pay attention to some features of these "mini" online courses.
What is the difference between virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR)? Let's find out how these immersive technologies work and how they can improve the effectiveness of business training.
Social learning is the ability of humans to learn from others. In addition to direct observation and imitation, there are other ways to encourage social learning, especially through eLearning. Here are 3 examples.
LXPs have now reached a $ 300 million market. Will these platforms dominate the eLearning industry in the future and above all, what are they different from an LMS, Learning Management System?
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?