Tag: e learning software

The Benefits of Blending: Incorporating Digital Learning Solutions with Blended Learning

26th March, 2020

We are currently in the midst of a global health pandemic that challenges our ability to gather and learn together collaboratively. Now more than ever businesses, schools, universities and training providers are looking for answers. In the interests of social distancing and carrying forward through imminent isolation measures, the importance and possibilities offered by blended …

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Size DOES Matter! Mobile First Design For Digital Education Services

2nd March, 2020

When it comes to eLearning, there are so many elements of design that have to work together. As the capabilities of mobile devices have evolved and people find themselves working across different devices at work or from the home office, it is often the case that some applications and web-based content struggle to co-operate with …

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2020 Vision: Trends in eLearning Course Development

18th January, 2020

Innovative eLearning course development is essential for any business looking to improve team training. With all the benefits from low-cost application and accessibility to the added learner engagement and gamification, the global eLearning market is expected to reach a total value of $325 billion by 2025. That equates to an approximate growth of over 300% …

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The Power of eLearning Feedback

19th March, 2019

eLearning Feedback with Dr Ruth Schwarzenbock, PhD Science of Education “Well done!” and “try again!” are the most commonly used forms of feedback, but what do they really teach your learners? According to science (Gibbs and Simpson, 2004), approximately diddly squat. So what does that mean for eLearning feedback?   Often overlooked, feedback is actually …

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eLearning From Mistakes

6th August, 2018

Despite what your primary school memories of red crosses and Responsible Thinking Rooms might suggest, making mistakes is far from an issue in the workplace. In fact, mistake-making is actually an integral part of the learning process. ‘Active’ or mistake-led eLearning is the process of making mistakes and working constructively to understand them during training. …

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