How To Create Next Generation eLearning

Way back in October 1999, during a seminar on Computer Based Training (CBT) in Los Angeles, a new phrase was introduced to the audience for the very first time – eLearning. Back then, while Internet access to the masses was restricted, training course developers (mostly programmers and IT professionals) still managed to produce eLearning courseware accessible through intranet, CD-Rom, and – to a lesser extent, via a handful of websites. Today, with instant communication available to the masses and cloud-based learning on the rise, the next generation of eLearning is poised for takeoff. In this article, we’ll talk about what it will take to create next generation eLearning.

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8 Tips To Improve eLearning Content Comprehension For Online Learners

Does your eLearning team fully understand the subject matter? Are your online learners able to assimilate the key facts and figures? In this article, I'll share everything eLearning professionals need to know about eLearning content comprehension.

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Applying Gagné’s 9 Events Of Instruction In eLearning

A number of learning theories can be utilized for eLearning, and developers have to wise to choose one that would suit the needs of the learners. Gagné’s 9 Events of Instruction is one of the theories that eLearning experts often adopt when creating a suitable eLearning strategy.

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Tips And Strategies To Motivate Learners Appropriately

"Why?" "What's in it for me?" Two questions that Instructional Designers seem to be pondering all the time. And for good reason. Because, a learner who is convinced of the value of a topic is more likely to perceive a course on the topic to be highly worthy, and subsequently pay attention to the course.

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