7 tips to make your Alphabet game totally addictive

The Alphabet game is one of our star resources. It’s a game where the letters of the alphabet are laid out in a circle and […]

8 ways to use grouping exercises

The grouping exercise is one of our versatile activities, thanks to its drag & drop feature. The way it works is very simple: a word, […]

How to use feedback effectively in your assessments

Our assessments are increasingly more complete and there are lots of different ways to adapt them to the type of exam you want for your […]

Six tricks to getting the most out of isEazy

Do you use isEazy often? Then this article is for you because we’re going to explain some useful tricks to make things easier and get […]

Video is king… in e-learning, too

In recent years, it has become the undisputed king of e-learning: a large proportion of current courses are delivered wholly through videos, while there are […]

Learn to use Google Forms on isEazy

You probably already know Google Forms, one of the simplest tools for creating forms and compiling information for free. But, did you know that you […]

Your first steps with isEazy

First and foremost: Welcome! You’ve made a great decision by creating an account with isEazy, the easiest authoring tool for creating e-learning courses and amazing […]

5 tips for a perfect Product course

Product Courses are common in any organization’s training plans because they give everybody involved a clear idea of the nature, aims and strategy of a […]

What should you ask yourself when designing an assessment test?

The final assessment test of an e-learning course is the perfect tool to assess learning and comprehension. Assessments also reinforce the learning material, as they […]

How do I place items on each screen for e-learning courses?

Sounds complicated, right? Imagine you have all the information for your e-learning course, and now you have to decide how to place the information on […]

Images used to support learning

We are sure you’ve heard this Chinese proverb many times: a picture is worth a thousand words. But, have you thought about the power of […]

7 key points for a noteworthy presentation

When creating a presentation, your main objective is that your audience remembers and thinks back on key concepts. If you don’t know how to do […]

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