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Since 2002, Aims Digital has been focussed on training using technology. We have been involved in the development of a variety of learning courses and multimedia solutions.

eLearning

Critical Steps for A Successful Flash to HTML5 migration Of Your eLearning Courses

Mobile learning has become a key priority for companies. Employees prefer the ease, convenience, and accessibility of smartphones for consuming eLearning courses. This trend has, however, put companies having legacy Flash eLearning content in a bind as flash is not mobile-compatible. Flash to HTML5 migration is an easy solution to modernize your training content and … Continue reading Critical Steps for A Successful Flash to HTML5 migration Of Your eLearning Courses

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5 Reasons Why Flash to HTML5 migration Makes Business Sense

As an L&D professional, have you been wondering if it makes sense to embark on the Flash to HTML5 migration process? Several companies have investments locked into Flash-based legacy eLearning courses. With the increasing popularly of mobile learning, Flash is losing relevance as a platform for delivering eLearning. The program lacks compatibility with smartphones and … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Flash to HTML5 migration Makes Business Sense

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Custom eLearning – Is it worth the investment?

A common dilemma faced by organizations is whether to opt for off-the-shelf training courses or invest in custom eLearning. Developing customized courses can be expensive and time-consuming, which often discourages companies looking to make the best use of limited training budgets. But there are several reasons for organizations to consider custom eLearning: Relevant And Targeted … Continue reading Custom eLearning – Is it worth the investment?

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Pokémon Go or Learning-on-the-go?

The most talked about words in the world of technology these days are Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). The concept of Virtual Reality was initiated for the video game industry. It can possibly be “the next big thing” in eLearning industry as well, but it seems that VR is a bit ahead of … Continue reading Pokémon Go or Learning-on-the-go?

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Articulate Storyline – Whose Tool Is It Anyway?

There was a time when one could be sure of their responsibilities – the ID did the writing, the designer created the graphics assets, and the developer created the course. That’s it – very simple. No stepping on each other’s toes. But all that changed with the advent of rapid authoring tools. Now, eLearning course … Continue reading Articulate Storyline – Whose Tool Is It Anyway?

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Tricking The Mind to Learn: Benefiting From Cognitive Biases

Left to itself, learning is a fairly simple process. We see; we experience; and we learn. Our mind somehow assimilates the information that interests it, and it gets retained. The challenge arises when we look to impart formal, sit-down training. That is when things get tricky. Any training that is mundane doesn’t stick and the … Continue reading Tricking The Mind to Learn: Benefiting From Cognitive Biases

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QA In eLearning – How Important Is It?

Have you ever bought anything that isn’t tested for quality; even something intangible? So, would anyone really buy “education” before assuring a quality check? Nonetheless, before talking about the quality assurance in eLearning, let’s first see what the term “quality” actually means. To put in simple words, it is “a measure of excellence/perfection or a state of … Continue reading QA In eLearning – How Important Is It?

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Creating an Impact – with Videos

Google any topic, and at least 3-4 (if not more) results will turn out to be videos. Engaging, interactive, very clickable, there is a reason why videos are better at passing on information and ideas than static visuals or text-only methods. For many years now, trainers have been relying upon videos to impart knowledge. And … Continue reading Creating an Impact – with Videos

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Games People Play

Game-based learning and gamification both rely on the same thing. Both – either wholly or partially – rely on games to convey knowledge to learners. It focuses on the idea of learner engagement as an important tool to discreetly push knowledge, or test newly acquired knowledge. Having games in a learning module is a noble … Continue reading Games People Play

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6 Points to Keep In Mind While Choosing an Outsourcing Content Development Partner

Every organization has its core competencies; however, these organizations can’t have every possible skill under the sky; which is why outsourcing exists. You possess the skilled personnel to focus on the core business of your organization, but some aspects of your work, the ancillary ones, need to be outsourced to an outside party. If you … Continue reading 6 Points to Keep In Mind While Choosing an Outsourcing Content Development Partner

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