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How to Convince Your Staff That Online Courses Can Be Beneficial For Their Continuous Growth

By | June 17th, 2015|eLearning Solutions|

In the Internet Age, many employees still have doubts about enrolling in online courses as part of their career development goals for various reasons. These reasons include the fears that online training is unacceptable for certification purposes, unchallenging in comparison with classroom learning since the latter involves learning at your own pace, and uncommon among

How to Add Innovation to your eLearning Course Development by reducing Bullet Points

By | June 11th, 2015|eLearning Solutions|

We all know how wonderful bullet points are. They provide a clear and concise view of text on the slides. However, as eLearning grows at a rapid rate, innovation is the key. We are presented with so much content that it has become more complex to present the information in bite sized portions but at the same time not to see bullet points on every screen.

How to Create an Interesting Online Learning Course

By | May 29th, 2015|eLearning Solutions|

Check the following infographic that will explain you how to develop an interesting online learning course for your online learners.

4 Questions to ask about your eLearning Course Target Audience

By | May 23rd, 2015|eLearning Solutions|

Developing an eLearning course that is well written, informative and offers high quality design elements is key to an eLearning course turning out to be a success. But, all the countless hours spent planning, adding visuals, adding fancy graphics, adding voice is worthless if you do not understand your target audience.

How Do You Engage Your Online Learners

By | May 14th, 2015|eLearning Solutions|

Keeping your online learner alert and paying attention in an online course environment can be challenging. Remember, they are sitting in front of the computer and learning, in most cases by themselves with no interaction with a face to face trainer who will engage the learner with stories, brainstorming exercises, role playing etc.

Online Course Development – Qualities an Instructional Designer should Possess

By | May 12th, 2015|eLearning Solutions|

With more companies creating courses for training , compliance etc., the attention is shifted to the instructional designer who has the task of putting all the raw material together to come up with a course which is not only engaging but ticks off the boxes for the learning outcomes.

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