What Is Gamification In eLearning And Why You Need To Include It In Your Training Programs

Gamification elements provide enjoyment, challenge, and opportunity. eLearning gamification entices, motivates, challenges, and empowers learners so they willingly achieve higher objectives. It is more than entertainment, although games need to be fun. Games lead to deeper engagement, and that brings better retention and changes in behavior. Learners explore concepts, make strategic decisions, receive immediate feedback, and willingly re-engage after unsuccessful attempts.

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The Dilemma Of ROI And Learning: Why “Triple Bottom Line Of Learning” Is A Better Solution To Measuring The Benefits Of Learning

Over the past two years, we’ve felt a growing discomfort with the term ROI and the methods of measuring it for learning programs. We want to broaden and fully define the term as well as implement practical tools for measuring its many aspects. In this article, we look at the failings of traditional Return On Investment concepts, and then we offer a better way to define it.

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5 Factors To Consider When Choosing An eLearning Company

You want to leverage an eLearning company to develop a custom eLearning solution, but do they understand what you’re going for? Will the learning experience fit your company culture? Here are 5 factors to consider as you forge a partnership to make your vision of Learning and Development a reality. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Tips To Measure And Analyze The ROI Of Your Custom eLearning

Providing engaging and relevant eLearning for your learners can be a sizable investment. How do you measure both the quantitative and qualitative results of your efforts? These 3 tips show you how to do a big picture analysis so you can give a full account on your next eLearning project. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Tips For Reducing The Complexity Of Custom eLearning Development

Complicated eLearning projects can be daunting to develop and manage with many pieces, varied needs and expectations, and limited resources. Learn from an experienced eLearning provider how to simplify the process by adhering to these 6 strategic tips. Make your next big project a walk in the park. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Strategic Planning For Custom eLearning Development

Be proactive with a strategic plan: ask the right questions, take a fresh look at your learners and culture, and form an accurate big picture. You will be set up to prevent issues, create opportunities, and launch the goal-driven learning experiences your company needs at the right time. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

9 Stages Of The Custom eLearning Development Process

Whether new to custom eLearning or a seasoned pro, you will appreciate this solid overview of the development process, as well as the insider tips. Avoid costly mistakes on your next project, stay on track, and deliver relevant and engaging content that fits your learners and gets the job done. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Factors To Determine The Appropriate Level Of Interactivity

Interactions increase learner engagement, retention, and application, but there are so many possibilities, how do you decide which interactions to use and when? These 5 factors will help you find the right level of interactivity for your learners to stay motivated and reach their development goals. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

When Companies Should Invest In Custom eLearning

Whether or not to convert to custom eLearning can be a big decision, especially if leadership is partial to ILT and your reputation hinges on the outcome. Look at 4 components of eLearning beyond cost that drive value to see if it’s right for you. It could be the best decision you make. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 eLearning Trends To Include In Your Custom eLearning Solution

Learners, five years from now, should expect more than they do today. With new technology, the appearance and experience of eLearning could change drastically. Learn which key fundamentals to focus on so your complicated learning projects will continue to meet the changing needs of your company. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.