An Actionable Guide On Corporate eLearning For Future Employees

How can the corporate medium improve to attract, train, and retain future employees? How can the eLearning market use new technologies and integrate previous methods to develop enticing learning processes for their youngest employees?

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Traditional Vs Smarter eLearning: Which One Will Waste Your Time

Not all eLearning is created equal; much of it is a complete waste of time with limited active or engaging learning actually happening. Here are some critical rules to ensure you create smarter eLearning, which actually benefits employee and business performance, rather than just ticking a box.

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Using Technology For Proper Language Testing Affects Your Training Positively

As the business world continues to grow more interconnected, linguistic and cultural competency has grown increasingly important. While eLearning has greatly helped in making training more effective and more efficient, its testing and assessment have some huge gaping holes.

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eLearning For Utility Industry: Serving The Digital Customer

Utility leaders need to redefine their ways to cater to workforce needs and manage organizational assets. These changes occur majorly through the application of the latest digital technologies and online learning strategies.

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Free eBook: Guide To Convert Your Instructor-Led Training (ILT) To eLearning Or mLearning

This free eBook—Guide To Convert Your Instructor-Led Training (ILT) To eLearning Or mLearning—is a micro-guide designed to help you prepare for an effective transition from Instructor-Led Training (ILT) to online training (eLearning or mLearning).

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Microlearning Techniques: What You Need To Know About Microlearning

What is microlearning and what are its critical components? Is the microlearning approach right for your organization? And, finally, how can you develop a successful microlearning strategy? Read on to find out.

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