Remediation in eLearning reinforces learner’s understanding and improves overall learning experience enhancing retention. In one of our recent projects, we’ve used remediation technique to enhance overall learning experience and improve retention. What could be other techniques to reinforce learning?
Whether it’s the software or the hardware, the truth is that the user interface can make or break a digital experience, and that goes for eLearning. Check out these new unique button interfaces to give you a polished course.
Learnnovators Partners CII (Confederation of Indian Industry), to offer a certificate course in Instructional Design, beginning on 5th October 2016.
Informal learning, like social learning, occurs naturally whether or not companies provide a home for the information shared. Learn how to support it via LMS
I predict one day in the not-too-distant future, hospitals and medical device companies will dispense with their warehouses. Instead of stockpiling surgical equipment in big rooms – or worse, waiting for products on backorder – a hospital will be able to build the device it needs on-demand. No more need for storage and transport; just a licence to print the proprietary design.
When someone suggests the idea of a test-out option, we might balk at the thought. Does testing-out mean all of our eLearning design efforts were for nothing? No, it means the opposite, and here’s why.
The world of eLearning is not immune to the back to school blues, when we have content that may not appeal to our learners and which they may resist completing. If you’re creating a course about a “boring” topic, we have some ideas about how you can beat the blues, engage learners, and ensure they get the knowledge they need to be successful.
A short step-by-step tutorial on how to create infographics using animated GIFs using Visme, an online visual content creation tool.