4 Facts And 2 Myths You Should Know To Improve Knowledge Retention In Online Training

Knowledge retention is a subject that has been researched a lot by experts in many fields. Online facilitators are constantly trying to come up with new methods to make learning stick with their online learners. In this article, I’ll present 4 facts and 2 myths you should know to improve knowledge retention in online training.

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Applying Bloom’s Taxonomy In eLearning

Bloom's Taxonomy provides a framework for developing strong learning objectives. However, when it was created in 1956 when eLearning didn't exist, it was intended for in-class style training. How can you adapt it to create strong learning objectives for eLearning?

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Designing Instruction For Authentic Learning

An applied approach to Instructional Design where the Backwards Design model is integrated into the design phase of ADDIE to create Authentic Learning. Increase the transfer of knowledge effectiveness rate by allowing students to become active learners instead of passive receivers of information.

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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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