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In this article I will describe how you can improve your eLearning by creating smaller modules and tie them together in learning paths. I will add a future outlook as well because I foresee Learning maps and Learning GPS play a big role in putting the learner behind the steering wheel.
We are in an era of Social media, gone are the days that learners need to study alone online. It’s time to make your e-learning course social
Learning Management Systems should be a critical part of how your training content is to be delivered and how you will assess learners and evaluate the success of your program. Learn what to look for when finding the perfect fit.
Once upon a time, only the largest companies like Deloitte, McDonald's and Apple could afford to offer their own online academies. These market leaders had the server space, the IT departments and the designers to create and host their own online courses for customers and partners. Times are changing.
The missions of both the customer success department and the marketing departments fit well with eLearning. Customer success has the relationships with existing clients, while the marketing department’s job is to find new clients. Best of all, both departments are equally invested in educating consumers. However, the answer might not be as obvious as it may seem.
Microlearning is the process of learning through short, easy to understand units. This type of training is perfect for a fast, dynamic work environment that needs employees to learn new information at a moment’s notice.
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!