The good life

By ryantraceyg on from https://ryan2point0.wordpress.com

The good life
I find the 4+4 Part Employee Lifecycle useful because it identifies key parts of the employee experience which we HR folks need to support.
Share
  • 1
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

mLearn 2017 - 16th World Conference On Mobile And Contextual Learning - eLearning Industry

By marizza on from https://elearningindustry.com

mLearn 2017 - 16th World Conference On Mobile And Contextual Learning - eLearning Industry
mLearn is the leading international conference on mobile and contextual learning and attracts participants from more than 60 countries annually to the conference.
Share
  • 1
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

7 Tips To Choose The Best LMS For Your Multilingual Online Training Course - eLearning Industry

By marizza on from https://elearningindustry.com

7 Tips To Choose The Best LMS For Your Multilingual Online Training Course - eLearning Industry
Learning Management Systems allow you to deploy online training to your globally distributed workforce. Which LMS platform is right for your organization, though? In this article, I'll share 7 tips to choose the best Learning Management System for your multilingual online training course.
Share
  • 1
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

Choosing LMS For Small Business: 5 Things To Consider - eLearning Industry

By gmaria on from https://elearningindustry.com

Choosing LMS For Small Business: 5 Things To Consider - eLearning Industry
Choosing an LMS is a big decision for a small company. Small businesses must look for learning management solutions that can grow with them. Taking the time to explore and choose an LMS that suits small business needs makes it easier to align training dollars with desired business outcomes.
Share
  • 1
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

Engaging Elearning Tools in the Classroom - Kotobee Blog

By KarimHarraz on from https://www.kotobee.com

Engaging Elearning Tools in the Classroom - Kotobee Blog
Elearning gives students greater opportunities to develop at their own pace. Here are 10 types of tools you can use for a more effective classroom experience.
Share
  • 2
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

Learning Campaigns: Learning Programs on steroids

By CourseMerchant on from www.coursemerchant.com

Learning Campaigns: Learning Programs on steroids
Corporate training programs are too often hidden away on an LMS, with only the occasional deadline reminder email to help them see the light of day. One way of bringing a learning program to life is to visit the marketing department for a while and see the techniques they use to promote the company’s brand and products. Many of these can be applied to an internal training program to turn it into a learning campaign that increases awareness, engagement, participation and retention.
Share
  • 1
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

4 lessons Higher Education can learn from eCommmerce

By CourseMerchant on from www.coursemerchant.com

4 lessons Higher Education can learn from eCommmerce
As a D2L partner, Course Merchant were asked to contribute to a post on D2L’s blog that explored how Higher Education can benefit from eCommerce. Course Merchant’s managing director Richard Standen was interviewed by D2L and outlined his vision of the future of eCommerce in Higher Ed.
Share
  • 1
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

Bridge over troubled water: Course Merchant

By CourseMerchant on from www.coursemerchant.com

Bridge over troubled water: Course Merchant
The gap between the LMS and the e-commerce side for taking payments is fraught with difficulty. Basic e-commerce plugins for LMS’s are inflexible and rarely cover a merchant’s needs in the real world, so most end up looking for an e-commerce solution that has a more practical range of features.
Share
  • 2
  • Vote

You must login to vote this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

You must login to bury this story. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's simple & free!

Login To e-Learning Bookmarking Service - e-Learning Tags

No account yet? Join us now, it's free!

Login Required To Submit A New Link

Anonymous submission are not allowed! You must login to submit a new story on our site. Don't have an account yet? Join now, it's free!