Building Community: The Key To A Better eLearning Experience

Connection Is More Vital Than Ever For eLearning In recent months, eLearning has become an essential asset to education. It is vital to make sure that those you engage in eLearning have a positive experience and return to you to learn more. Many who were not accustomed to this style of learning were thrown into … Read more

What Is The Need For A Knowledge Sharing Culture In eLearning?

Why A Knowledge Sharing Culture Is Important However, in case you didn’t know, it’s an organizational culture that encourages and allows the free exchange of knowledge, insights, and experiences between different people. Certainly, there are lots of benefits attached to encouraging a knowledge sharing culture in your company. Furthermore, it’s also worth noting that although … Read more

How To Fall In Love With Studying, And How To Stay Motivated

5 Tips For Successful Studying As children, we were always very inquisitive; we were constantly asking questions, trying to learn as much as possible about the world around us. However, as time goes by, we start to notice that with each day the curiosity that we once had is becoming less and less prominent, and … Read more

One Year: Have We Learned Anything?

The Silver Lining To Volatility Unless you’ve recently returned from another planet, 2021 has gotten off to a rough start, and it’s only the beginning of the year! Collectively, we assumed 2021 couldn’t be any worse than 2020. But could it be? Think about it, even 2020 didn’t start off this volatile…it’s like 2021 said, … Read more

6 Tips For Outlining Your Strategic Plan: Organizational Learning In 2021

Train Your Workforce To Become Future-Proof With a global pandemic behind us, if there’s one thing we’ve learned from 2020, it’s that planning and innovation can turn big disruptions into even bigger opportunities. Every leader wants to equip their firm with the tools and knowledge they need to adapt to an uncertain global work culture. … Read more

We Learn Differently

YUG When I was in Grade 1, the teacher asked my mother to come in for a meeting with her, telling my mom I was spelling my name backward, (i.e., “YUG”). Together with a left-hand writing hook, this led to me taking special lessons from a one-armed teacher. The point of this article is many … Read more

5 Steps To Boost The Use Of Learner Personas To Their Full Capacity

Start With A Reality Check Personas are widely used in UX design to categorize customers and inform product decisions. In the past years, more and more educators started to apply a similar approach to course development and invest considerable time and effort into creating learner personas. Yet too often the resulting persona profiles are left … Read more

Skills (And Lifelong Learning) Are Vital To Recovery In 2021

With Focused Upskilling, You Can Get Ahead In 2021 Our work and personal lives have gone through tremendous changes in the past few months. But with change, comes the opportunity to transform—to start anew, reset the status quo, and become equipped to deal with a new world. New World = New Skills The world as … Read more

Is Remote Proctoring The Future Of Academia?

Educational institutions across the world have started leveraging remote proctoring platforms to conduct seamless exams and ensure that students do not cheat during online exams. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.