The 4 D’s Of eLearning Content Modernization: From Theory To Implementation

You may have a top-notch looking course with high-quality design, superb setup and the content of these courses may be accurate and robust. But what would you do if the end-users faced issues accessing these courses because the browsers did not support Flash? On top of that, one needs to know how to accurately align the company’s vision with the depicted available content.

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An Innovative Framework To Consider When Planning Your eLearning Content Modernization

Modernization comes with its fair share of challenges. A robust and proven modernization framework will help you sail toward the successful implementation and the logical conclusion of this initiative.

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6 Essential Tips To Adapt Your Training Content To The Newest eLearning Trends

Modernization can come in different flavors. Conversion of any kind of legacy content to a newer format to meet current learner demands is modernization—be it Flash to HTML5, long courses to microlearning nuggets, migrating courses designed using older versions of authoring tools to newer versions, and more.

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7 Characteristics Of A Good Question

Educators and eLearning professionals are frequently tasked with question creation as a part of quiz development for their modules. This article covers some essential characteristics of good questions and also shares aids that can help with question and quiz creation. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.