Regardless of whether out of habit or by conscious decision, we as a whole make utilization of different learning methods when we endeavour to store new data in our long-term memory. But not all study habits are made equivalent; some might be more efficient than others, particularly when you factor in the measure of time it takes to actualize everyone.
Teachers with Technology can effectively help students. Technology will never replace teachers. However, teachers who know how to use technology effectively to help their students connect and collaborates together online will replace those who do not.
We recently came across a great infographic from the folks over at GetApp that answers one of the big questions we get all the time from members and clients: What is the best LMS to use? Check out both the infographic and the Q&A!
With a little planning ahead, even a beginner can make decent eLearning infographic. Here's how!
Do kids still like reading print books? You may be surprised by what Scholastic's Kids and Family Report found about how kids are reading.
With Learn2Earn, students read more than 2 million minutes and nearly 300,000 books in 2014. We are on a roll—check it out!
Before you start transitioning your course materials into eLearning infographics, what are the pros and cons you may need to consider? Check them out.
Humor in eLearning aids in retention of information. Here is an infographic which depicts insights on ways to add humor in eLearning.Read more ›