How To Make Your eLearning Experience Fun, And Why That’s Important For Your Bottom Line

Creating a fun eLearning experience increases participation, boosts your reputation, and retains students so that they reach the program’s outcomes. Before you start creating your online learning package, it’s time to educate yourself on why fun content is necessary. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Layers Of Learning Measurement For All Learning And Development Teams

It may sound complicated, but putting together a solid plan for measuring the effectiveness of your learning projects is much easier than you might think! It’s also very important. Here’s a 4-layered approach to learning measurement that every eLearning team needs to get acquainted with. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Steps For Developing People-Centered eLearning For Your Business

Having a real-life impact with learning programs is why most of us came into eLearning. We want people to be inspired and empowered to change and put knowledge into practice. To be successful in this, aligning your eLearning closely with both business and personal goals is essential. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

The 6 Pillars Of A People-Centered eLearning Strategy

How confident are you that your eLearning is really making a difference? If you’re not ready to put a wager on it, you’re not alone. Underpinning your projects with the 6 pillars of people-centered eLearning will help you to produce eLearning that delivers real-life impact. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Performance-Based Learning: The Solution To Ineffective Training

Only 37% of companies consider their training to be effective. Learning culture cannot live productively in a stressed work environment, and it definitely cannot be cultivated when you force your employees to learn something instead of creating options for people-centric flexible learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

eLearning Platform Development: Implementing 3 User-Centered Design Standards

User-Centered Design (UCD) is based on the concept of approaching the development process from the customer's perspective and focusing on the customer requirements by examining usability goals, user characteristics, user-desired environment, and creation of a workflow for achieving those. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Ways To Implement A Learner-Centric Approach To eLearning Design

Learners are one of the most important stakeholders in an eLearning project. Designing and developing courses with them in mind can lead to a better chance of the project being successful.

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