The Best Way To Learn Effectively Using Microlearning

According to a study by Microsoft, our attention spans are now less than 8 seconds. With the digitization of the modern era, people have lost the patience to comb through pages of a book to learn new things. Instead, people have turned to the internet to find quick solutions to their problems. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

The Best Way To Learn Effectively Using Microlearning

According to a study by Microsoft, our attention spans are now less than 8 seconds. With the digitization of the modern era, people have lost the patience to comb through pages of a book to learn new things. Instead, people have turned to the internet to find quick solutions to their problems. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Take Your Mobile Learning To The Next Level With Creative Design Strategies

With growing popularity of smartphones and tablets, mobile learning is increasingly finding acceptance. Its unique features are changing the way we design, develop, and impart learning. In this article, I will focus on some design ideas that can create the right impact for a mobile learning implementation. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Discussing The Need For Mobile Serious Games In Africa

Video games were mostly designed to be used on a computer. But, we are observing a shift in the way people learn. Mobile devices are booming and Africa needs to tap into this opportunity by developing a mobile serious games industry to bridge the gap in the education system. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Nudge Software: How To Increase Retention Rates And Improve Performance

Nudge software not only initiates learning, but it can also help with long-term information reinforcement and retention in the weeks or months after completing an online course. Learn how this new eLearning trend—nudge software—can help you. Get started. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Mobile First Designs In eLearning: A Mobile Learning Case Study

From being a desirable approach, mobile learning is fast becoming a standard for online training. Now, you hear of debate on mobile friendly vs. mobile first designs. In this article, I share a case study featuring a mobile first design in eLearning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.