The Impact Of Online Assessment On The Educational Sector

Technology, today, has revolutionized many sectors. The schools are also accepting a new system as the education sector prefers to keep pace with time. In other words, the traditional assessment process is being replaced by the latest trend: the online assessment. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Ways To Retain Online Learners

Online education is booming, enrollment is increasing, but attrition is growing as well. As an Instructional Designer, how can you provide an engaging learning environment to let online learners truly enjoy their learning experience and stay? Here are some methods. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Reasons Why You Should Conduct Assessments Online According To Students

More and more educators are transitioning from the traditional pen-and-paper exam to online exams in keeping up with the times. Not only does this benefit the teachers in making their jobs easy in correcting assessments and giving feedback, but the benefits are also equally shared by students who take them. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How eLearning Providers Can Help Students Who Struggle Online

Studies show that eLearning works well for high-achievers, but falls short with students who already struggle in traditional learning environments. Here are some of the best ways to remedy that. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Plagiarism Checking Tools Are Essential For High Scores In eLearning

There is no doubt that eLearning is becoming more competitive with the passage of each day. The submission of assignments is something that requires students to submit plagiarism free work. Today, I’ll discuss why and how students can use plagiarism checker tools for high scores in eLearning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Motivation And eLearning: 5 Ways To Stay On Track Without In-Person Accountability

One challenge of eLearning is finding the motivation for students to stay engaged and motivated throughout the coursework, without the element of accountability typically associated with classroom learning. In this article, we discuss five ways that students can keep on track. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Corporate Vs. Educational eLearning: What’s The Big Difference?

Compared to eLearning in the corporate sector, the education sector concentrates mainly on knowledge transfer instead of training. But there is something more about eLearning you need to understand; the differences and convergences between eLearning in the corporate and the education sector. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.