How To Facilitate Both Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivation In eLearning

While externally motivating factors like grades and points are quantifiable and concrete, intrinsic motivation is more difficult to get a handle on. So how do we facilitate intrinsic motivation, particularly in relation to eLearning, in a fashion that doesn’t take away from extrinsic motivation? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Why Quality Is Important And 4 Checkpoints To Ensure Quality In eLearning Courses

Probably, editors and the quality control specialists enjoy an undisputed hatred over other members of a courseware development team. Nevertheless, quality is important. But why? Why do organizations invest so much in quality assurance? Is this just for aesthetic reasons? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Getting Learners To Love Their Learning According To The Self-Determination Theory

Why waste time fighting your learners, and trying to get them engaged with a dull training experience? Wouldn't it be easier to give them something exciting, that makes them feel like they can achieve their goals? Keep reading to find out what you need...

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Learning Campaigns As Motivational Tools

Learning campaigns can be a great way of motivating your employees. Training needs to be an attractive proposition to learners as well, impressing them with the content and telling them about the benefits. A learning campaign can achieve that.

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