Category: eLearning

21 Steps to Design a Successful eLearning Course

Instructional design helps to design a Successful eLearning Course and is also the backbone of any successful training course. The systematic development of instruction impacts how well your audience comprehends and retains the material. Understanding the learners and determining the most effective way to transfer information to them is crucial to getting the most out […]

Targeting Adult Learners – First Step Towards A New Normal

There is a huge possibilities of adult learner in recent times. Because there is no end to learning. The term Adult Learning Theory, better known as “Andragogy” was coined by Malcolm Shepherd Knowles. Malcom was an American educator and according to him, Andragogy is the art and science of adult learning. Knowles’ 5 Assumptions of […]

How to Use Game Based Learning in E-Learning

The idea of using games in learning goes back as far as the constructivist approach given by Jean Piaget. According to this, game based learning serves as a process in which learner takes active part by constructing new ideas based on past or current knowledge. Using games in learning provides the following benefits Games in […]

Need for eLearning Modules from Excellent eLearning Companies

Every eLearning organization has eyes change with optimistic expectations. And they hate it, for it means miles and miles of instruction to every staff member and invariably they will implement these in the wrong way. Look at these scenarios: The HR department is constantly upgrading its skills and, at times, may want to pass on […]

Top 10 eLearning Trends: What the experts have to say

The eLearning market is exploding right now and is expected to reach $300 billion by 2025. Here are 10 such eLearning trends on which industry experts have expressed their outlook for the years to come. #Trend 1: Curriculum as a Community Curriculum as a community has to do with online collaborative activities. “Curriculum as a […]

10 Types of Write Ups when writing for eLearning

I have been worked as an educational architect or rather (in easier terms, you could say) Instructional Designer, for a period of 4 years on various corporate and educational projects across India. Here are 10 different types of writing in eLearning that we generally follow while developing any eLearning course. Types of Writing for eLearning […]

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