6 Inspiring eLearning Course Design Elements To Engage Your Audience

Are you finding it difficult to retain the attention of your corporate learners? Are your corporate learners abandoning your online training courses midway or accessing the platform infrequently? If so, your eLearning course design may need a good dose of inspiring elements to keep corporate learners coming back for more.

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7 eLearning Storyboard Mistakes That Slow Down Online Training Development

eLearning storyboards ensure everyone is on the same page and maintain online training course continuity. But what if your board ends up slowing down the team instead of speeding up the online training development process?

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6 Creative Ways To Encourage Collaboration In eLearning Course Design

Working together to solve problems and tackle tasks is one of the perks of online training. Does your eLearning course design give corporate learners the opportunity to collaborate with remote peers?

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Beauty Isn’t Everything: 5 Aesthetics You Should Eliminate From Your eLearning Course Design To Increase Its Value

Humans are visual creatures. Though substance matters, you need to please the eye in order to grab their attention. This article features 5 aesthetics you should eliminate from your eLearning course design to increase its value.

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How To Create eLearning With Zero Budget

A simple answer would be: use free eLearning software. And this is true. But without knowing some important factors, you might end up providing ineffective learning and wasting a lot of your learners’ time and your own as well.

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Why Should You Outsource eLearning Content Development In The New Normal?

To successfully navigate the rapid pace of change, organizations must leverage outsourcing partnerships. In this article, I outline how outsourcing of eLearning content development can provide room to meet the changing needs of hybrid workforces.

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Final Quiz Passing Score: Is The 80% Written In Stone?

Most of us set 80% as the passing score in eLearning courses. What is the rationale of this figure? Is it something that learning specialists have arbitrarily chosen or does this magic number have any mooring in learning theory?

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