How To Write Better eLearning Courses By Learning More About Your Audience

Are your online courses really as engaging as they could be? Your audience is your most important source of marketing material, but in order to get the most from them, you need the right targeting strategy. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Leveraging The New Era Of eLearning: Navigating The Options And Exploring The Possibilities

Today, eLearning isn't just limited to the formal education sphere. Whether you want to learn a new craft, grow in your profession or simply connect with others, you can find what you need via an online Learning Management System (LMS) that makes such knowledge both accessible and affordable. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Project DISHA: The World’s First Chatbot-Powered eLearning Course

Project DISHA, designed and developed by Learnnovators, is the world's first chatbot-powered eLearning course in Articulate Storyline. This article will give a behind the scenes glimpse of what went into the making of Project DISHA. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Improve An Online Course In 2019: A Comprehensive Guide

Are you a Subject Matter Expert who wishes to create and sell online courses? Do you think your eLearning courses are not getting enough traction from the learners? Do you think your online course lacks something very important? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Easy Mistakes To Make When Collecting Feedback For Your Online Course

Feedback surveys are one of the most powerful tools that trainers can use to improve their eLearning courses. But many trainers don't get as much out of them as they should. Here we look at 5 commonly made survey mistakes and ways they can be avoided. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Effectively Collect Feedback For Your Online Course

Collecting customer feedback not only helps improve your course for future learners. It also shows your current clients that you care, and this will motivate them to come back for your future courses. Read on to see how to effectively collect feedback for your online course. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.