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29 July 2020: Analysis of training needs: what it is and how to conduct it

All the things you need to know about training needs analysis.

15 July 2020: 5 video formats to use in an online course

There are many ways to do videolessons: with or without the trainer, live or recorded. Here is how to choose the most suitable video according to the participants.

8 July 2020: Why are they avoiding your online course?

The training course you have designed with so much care and effort is not succeeding. Why not? What can you do to attract students?

8 July 2020: The tutor in eLearning: tasks and skills required

The tutor is an indispensable figure for any online course and plays a crucial role in the learning experience of the trainees. Let's find out why.

8 July 2020: Sales courses: how to turn them into eLearning courses

With distance working, sales training must also take place online. How to move product knowledge and sales techniques to the online channel?

1 July 2020: Tips to improve the navigation of an online course

Navigating an online course has an impact on the educational success of users and the credibility of the platform. Find out how to make it clear and intuitive.

1 July 2020: SME vs. instructional designer: the roles of eLearning

Who is SME and what is its role in corporate training? What is the difference between the instructional designer and other eLearning professionals?

17 June 2020: Agile Methodology: what it is and how to use it in eLearning

The term Agile indicates a software development methodology that meets the criteria of flexibility and speed. What are its advantages in online courses?

17 June 2020: How to look like a design expert (even if you are not)

Are you entering the world of eLearning design? Are you scared of the graphic side? With a few tips you will look like a real design professional!

10 June 2020: Learning by doing (and online learning): what is it?

Learning in a practical way requires contact with other people and real interactions in the workplace. How can this form of learning be exploited with eLearning?

10 June 2020: Online courses: no to boredom!

A boring course is equivalent to an uninvolving and effective course. With a bit of inventiveness it is possible to design a training course both instructive and enjoyable.

3 June 2020: Blocking or not blocking navigation in eLearning courses?

Should students of an online course be able to navigate freely through the content or should they follow a set path?

3 June 2020: Why isn't your gamification strategy working?

It is not enough to apply the principles of gamification to improve an online course. What are the mistakes that can make this strategy fail?

27 May 2020: How to teach English and other languages with online courses

Language learning is based on four specific skills. Here is how to teach how to read, write, speak and understand English in eLearning mode.

27 May 2020: How to choose the navigation style in the eLearning course?

Intuitive navigation is fundamental to the success of an online course, but how to choose the most suitable type of navigation for your course?

27 May 2020: eLearning: the importance of (also) online interactions

The possibility to interact with other students and tutors allows to involve students and to improve their critical and learning skills.

20 May 2020: How to make online continuing education accessible

Continuing education is no longer a visionary project of large companies, but an urgent necessity also for small and medium enterprises. How to keep life learning alive with a small budget and quickly? (The answer is in eLearning).

20 May 2020: Why include subtitles in an online course?

Let's find out how subtitles improve the teaching effectiveness of online courses and what aspects should be taken into account for proper subtitling.

20 May 2020: Involving students: 3 design strategies

Customizing, narrating and being empathetic are three strategies that can help you design an online course that will engage and engage the students.

13 May 2020: Learning Analytics in online training

How can learning data analysis improve your online course and help you create more effective learning experiences?

13 May 2020: How to choose a character for eLearning courses

Using a fictional character to accompany the students in eLearning is a way to increase their involvement. What characteristics should it have? Should it be a drawing or a real character? Man or woman?

13 May 2020: How to talk to students

Trying to create a direct relationship with the students, a kind of conversation, allows to increase their involvement and improve the final results.

6 May 2020: How to turn your smartphone into an educational tool for eLearning

With all family members engaged in work or distance education, home computers could not be enough for everyone. With your smartphone, you can overcome this problem and continue to use it even when you return to the office and classroom.

6 May 2020: What is WebQuest and why is it good for learning?

The WebQuest is a didactic strategy in which the student becomes an active protagonist of his/her own learning process. Let's find out how WebQuest works and what its strengths are.

6 May 2020: Immediacy: the feature to involve students

To avoid the online course being less effective it is preferable that students always feel "active" within the course. A greater presence of tutors, for example, is one of the winning weapons.

29 April 2020: Strategies for creating successful Learning Objects

Learning Objects are like Legos, bricks that can be used over and over again to create different constructions. Here are some ideas for planning some really reusable learning objects.

22 April 2020: Tips for a good video conference call

Whether it's corporate training or didactics, for a successful videoconference it is essential to avoid "technical problems" and keep participants involved. Here are some tips to make everything go smoothly.

22 April 2020: The role of the teacher in distance learning: comparative teaching models

For effective distance learning it is not enough to transport the same things that are done in the classroom by other means, but it is necessary to rethink the same goals with different teaching models and technologies.

22 April 2020: What to do if your course goes viral?

Just like videos, your online course can go viral. Success though, you know, can "go to your head". Here's how to deal effectively with this possibility and how to take advantage of all the advantages.

16 April 2020: Cognitive distortions in learning - Infographic

Cognitive prejudices, i.e. our beliefs, can lead to systematic deviations of reality, even in learning.

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