Examinations In Online Training Programs

Assessments are a tricky question when it comes to online training. How can you determine that someone’s real identity and their online identity match? How can you make sure that there is no cheating? Thankfully, modern LMSs provide various evaluation methods that will be described in this article. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Engaging ELearners Through Questioning Techniques

Questioning learners has always been a very effective tool in the arsenal of instructors. In an eLearning context however, because of the physical separation of teachers and learners, the use of questioning techniques attains even more relevance. What course developers and instructors can’t assess through visual observation and in-person interactions, they must accomplish through innovative questioning techniques. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Ways To Make Your eLearning Quiz Engaging (And A Festive Example)

Have you ever added a last-minute quiz onto the end of a piece of digital learning to make it feel 'complete'? It’s a common technique, but one that doesn’t make the most of it's potential. Carefully crafted quizzes can incentivize learners to revise, memorize key points, and encourage social sharing.

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Cheating The Cheaters: 3 Effective Patterns To Reduce Cheating In Online Assessments

No matter what anti-cheating measures we undertake – there is obviously no guarantee that students will not attempt to cheat. In some cases, the cheating may even succeed. But we should at very least make sure that students find it easier to study for the e-exam rather than to cheat!

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The Key To Innovative Assessments In eLearning

eLearning assessment is a very essential part of teaching and learning in schools. Educators have to constantly work on developing assessment methods which can give a fair way of evaluating student understanding and preparedness. As academics become more rigorous and complex, this becomes very essential.

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Game Thinking For Learning And Development: Are We Asking The Right Questions?

"Isn’t gamification just sugarcoating boring eLearning content?" Let's explore what is wrong with this question, and find out what you should be asking instead when applying game thinking to learning!

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