Why You Don’t Need To Create Your Own Training Courses

They say that if you want something done right, you should do it yourself. Is this the best approach for developing employee training, as well? Or should you spare the trouble and go for off-the-shelf training? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Finding Your Type: Fonts And Their Influence On Learning

Typeface and fonts have a subtle but powerful impact on how online learners react to, view, interact with, and learn online content. Yet fonts have been overlooked as elements of online learning design. Read on as Mary Burns explores the power of the mighty little font in eLearning courses. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Reasons Why We Need To Move Beyond Traditional eLearning

Not all eLearning is equal, and no matter how you look at it, the old-school, traditional approaches just don't work. Here are the top 5 reasons why we all need to strive to create more than dull "tick-box exercises." This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Creating Multiple-Choice Questions: The Dos and Don’ts

Multiple-choice questions are one of the greatest ways to test the knowledge of a learner in a given field. But, is it easy to make these kinds of questions? Most importantly, what should we be aware of when creating multiple-choice questions? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Employee Performance: How L&D Teams Can Boost Employee Performance Through eLearning Course Design

Most companies see the investment in an eLearning course as a way of improving employee performance. For them to achieve this desired performance, L&D teams have to design engaging, precise and easy-to-apply eLearning courses. Here are a few tips that can help you in designing a performance-based eLearning course. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

4 Ways To Use Story Mapping In The eLearning Development Process

Do you have a keen interest in having an eLearning website? The website is processed to help the people gain knowledge in their interested subject anytime and anywhere. But you might feel that it is failing to deliver some real impact on the users. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Teaching Empathy In An Online Class

This article presents empathy as a learnable skill that is the foundation of strong communication, collaboration, leadership, and relationship-building. Learn why designers and educators should embed lessons in empathy in their courses, and how to teach empathy effectively online. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Design eLearning To Reduce Workplace Stress?

According to a survey carried out by LinkedIn, employees who spend time at work learning are 47% less likely to be stressed, and what's the best way to learn on the job in the present age? eLearning, of course! In this article, we’ll discuss how eLearning can be designed to reduce workplace stress. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Custom Content Or Off-The-Shelf Courseware: Is There Something In Between?

This article is about editable courseware, and how it can be a beneficial option between the off-the-shelf courseware and the custom content. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of all 3 options, and how you should take a look at your course catalog and see where you can benefit from each option. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.