Meeting the needs of introverted students with e-learning

Introversion can be easily misunderstood, especially in social settings that favor the extrovert ideal. Schools are a great example of such a setting, with group […]

How to Select Your E-Learning Provider

The development of any company is directly related to the skills and knowledge of all of its employees – from the blue-collar workers to the […]

How to use storytelling in compliance training for maximum impact

Stories help us to connect with people and the world around us. They have the power to  engage us in a way simple narratives just […]

Securing Your Online Certification Program

Protect your program and your learners’ data. When it comes to your certification program, you probably have a lot to think about before you start […]

Instructional Strategies and Technologies for Online Learner Engagment

How can online instructors engage their students? Active learning engages the learner directly in the learning process through instructional activities with differing degrees of interaction, […]

Copy This Post-Training Engagement Plan

Online courses are pretty forgettable. If you think about all the courses that you have taken online then you might be able to remember one […]

Content curation: a way to increase the power of your e-learning course.

Very often, when we decide to create an online course, we’re not starting from scratch. The first thing we do is collect and organize the […]

Top 5 Highly Discussed eLearning Trends So Far

xAPI : xAPI alias Experience API aka Project Tin Can API is an e-learning software which enables the interaction between the learning content and learning […]

Learner Assessment in Online Courses: Best Practices Course Design

Selecting assessment activities is a powerful way to achieve learning outcomes and to assure course completion. It determines the degree to which each of our […]

6 ways to encourage lateral thinking in e-learning

Psychologist Edward de Bono introduced the concept of lateral thinking back in 1973. His main argument was that one could achieve “rightness” through vertical thinking, […]

Online Learning for Children and Young Adults

Children learn differently from adults. Here’s how to design an online course that plays to their strengths. The most fundamental demographic decision any online educator […]

Quarter 1 Funding For E-Learning 2019

If you have been Rip Van Winkle then you are unlikely to be aware of that enormous amount of funds that have been raised in […]

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