6 Ways To Add Adaptive Learning To Your Online Training

These 6 ways to add adaptive learning to your online training are simple to create and easily let you customize your training to individual learning needs using off-the-shelf technology. View successful examples of these techniques.

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Don’t Forget To Include These Microlearning Characteristics In Your Design

Microlearning is an extremely popular digital learning strategy these days, used abundantly in corporate L&D programs by a number of organizations. The popularity of microlearning is due to its learner-centric approach as well as its ability to complement other digital learning strategies, like mobile learning, gamification, personalized learning, adaptive learning, etc. However, microlearning is much more than simply creating short, focused content.

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Rapid Learning: A Wonder Tool For Corporate Learners

Efficiency and cost-effectiveness are two of the most important aspects of the corporate world today. Considering such parameters, it is safe to assume that corporations these days are actively engaging and employing techniques in every aspect of their company to enhance productivity.

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Online Course Development Like An Onion

Everyone develops eCourses in a different way. When under a tight deadline, it's good to have an effective templating method that allows you to achieve rapid course development without compromising the quality of the product.

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A Process To Design Better Digital Learning

When an architect designs a building, he has to envision how the building will look when it's finished. He has to plan the details of every single floor in the building, every single room, and also plan what comes first and what comes after. After all, you cannot build the third floor without completing the second floor, can you? Designing digital learning is similar to architecture in a lot of ways, as well as to any other type of design, where you start with the raw material on one end and finish with a completed product on the other. What ensures that the completed product is top-notch is the process.

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