Oftentimes, corporate employees need to undergo training for their overall development and progress. On the other hand, you may have to take the role of a teacher to share new business strategies, technologies, and skills at a workplace. However, we cannot just throw knowledge aids at the learners and hope that they will retain the … Continue reading Social Media in Office? Are You Serious??!!
Every so often, while developing an eLearning course, we think about the different strategies and instructional models that will help us to create an effective eLearning course. But, an important aspect of this effectiveness is capturing the learner’s attention. In today’s world of fast-paced life and short attention spans, if you haven’t managed to capture … Continue reading 6 Tips to Gain Your Learner’s Attention
An eLearning system is usually defined as the use of electronic media, information and communication technologies in education. Any teaching methodology that includes types of media that deliver text, audio, images, animation, streaming video, and technology applications using channels such as audio or video tape, satellite TV, CD-ROM, computer-based learning, local intranet/extranet and web-based learning … Continue reading The 10 top mistakes made when creating an eLearning program
A typical eLearning program consists of 30 to 45-minute interactive sessions, with additional data provided for later references. Most course materials are delivered through audio, images, video along with a few lines of text. Aided by powerful interactive possibilities, the entire course is kept on track by a Learning Management System (LMS). It would be … Continue reading The 10 top mistakes made when creating a Mobile Learning Course
Professor Ray Schroeder, Associate Vice Chancellor for Online Learning at the University of Illinois Springfield, predicts that over the coming years, mobile learning will expand and evolve dramatically. Justin Ferriman, a Learning & Collaboration Consultant, reports in his blog ‘ LearnDash’ that in the year 2013, 47% of organizations in US have started using mobile … Continue reading The 10 top things to know when converting from eLearning to mLearning