As a way of giving back to the community while at the same time being socially responsible, we hereby announce our partnership with READ Academy for sustainable Skill Development programs. READ Academy (www.readacademy.net) is a Social Institution that came into being to regulate the behavior of individuals in the realm of education and training and…
The nature of learning has changed in numerous ways over the past decades. Anyone undertaking learning of any kind in the current educational climate will undoubtedly be having an experience entirely removed from the education available 50 years ago. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
An aging population in the U.S. is leading to a shortage of trained home health care workers. Other developed nations are responding to similar challenges through eLearning platforms. Here's how one nation is meeting the demand, and what's stopping the U.S. from following their lead. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Pursuing a career while balancing other responsibilities such as a job, or a family poses quite difficult. The flexibility that online courses offer is a tremendous help in instances like these. While online courses may not suit everyone's individual needs, it certainly works for many. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Where “digital” simply describes the process of transposing tangible content into digital content, “digitization” describes an intrinsic adaptation of this material. “Digitizing content” involves structural changes to correctly adapt to a new format with its own norms and use cases. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
As an online instructor or course developer, we understand how much work goes into creating an online course. Don’t let all of your hard work go to waste. In this article, I’ll discuss some best practices to keep your online course relevant and updated after the initial development process. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
More students are signing up for online classes, but more are also dropping out. Why the high dropout rates of online courses? A major reason is that students are not prepared for the class' time, academic, and technology requirements. Here are practical ways teachers and institutions can reset student expectations. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.