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Image Gamification in e-learning Gamification in e-learning None of us is always in the mood for training so motivation is important to encourage employees to make a start and complete courses.
Image Predictive analytics in e-learning Predictive analytics in e-learning E-learning and online resources create masses of data, much of which is ignored by many organisations.
Image How to build a successful onboarding programme How to build a successful onboarding programme Onboarding employees is a strategic process of bringing a newcomer in to the company and providing them training and coaching throughout the transition.
Image The stages of e-learning development The stages of e-learning development To ensure e-learning content for your learning management system is developed to deliver training effectively, follow the steps below.
Image Why do you need a compliance management system? Why do you need a compliance management system? Compliance is essential for all businesses, as lack of transparency and failure to follow regulations and laws may lead to: severe penalties, damage your company’s reputation and decrease market share.
Image How to retain your best employees How to retain your best employees Retaining the best talent is critical to businesses. High employee turnover can negatively affect a firm, harm a company’s ability to provide good customer services and lead to higher costs associated with recruiting, selecting and training new workers.
Image 9 mistakes to avoid when creating e-learning content 9 mistakes to avoid when creating e-learning content Engaging your learners is vital for e-learning content in your learning management system, but make sure they focus on what you want them to learn and are not distracted by badly designed material.
Image 7 tips to use animations in e-learning 7 tips to use animations in e-learning Animation is a powerful tool for getting a point across to learners in e-learning courses. Here are seven tips for getting the best results from animation in your learning management system e-learning content.
Image Top 10 useful LMS integrations Top 10 useful LMS integrations Corporate learning management systems deliver substantial benefits themselves, but when integrated with your legacy systems or external services, such as social networks, add even greater value to all the data you gather throughout your organisation.
Image Does your LMS have social learning? Does your LMS have social learning? Social learning capitalises on the knowledge and experience existing within your workforce, making it easier for employees to locate the expertise they need and to share their own knowledge.
Image 5 advantages of having a cloud-based learning management system 5 advantages of having a cloud-based learning management system Using a cloud-based learning management system provider is more convenient than hosting your own LMS and will make it more widely available to your learners. Here are five advantages of running your LMS in the cloud.
Image SCORM vs TinCan SCORM vs TinCan SCORM (or Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is a technical standard for creating e-learning content.
Image 5 ways to create engaging e-learning content 5 ways to create engaging e-learning content The best e-learning platforms depend on high quality content that engages learners effectively.
Image Is 70:20:10 a practical approach or merely just a bunch of numbers? Is 70:20:10 a practical approach or merely just a bunch of numbers? The 70-20-10 model is principally constructed from a conceptual theory developed by Michael Lombardo and Robert Eichinger in 2000.
Image What is blended learning? What is blended learning? Blended learning is generally defined as training or education that combines e-learning with classroom teaching.
Image Optimizing onboarding process Optimizing onboarding process A comprehensive onboarding program can significantly improve the performance of new employees and help to build and sustain high-performing teams.
Image What is a learning management system? What is a learning management system? A learning management system gives an organisation the technology tools to put its learning strategy into practice.
Image The role of L&D and HR in successful LMS implementation The role of L&D and HR in successful LMS implementation People – the employees of an organisation – must always be the main focus of any learning management system.