The Art Of Content Curation: 7 Steps To Efficiently Find The Right Information

Content curation becomes every day more important. Or at least it should be. It is not just about separating and handing over information to others, it is based on a process. Let me tell you how you can master the art of content curation and find the right information in 7 steps.

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The Virtues Of eBooks And Audiobooks In eLearning

When it comes to the types of information products you can provide as free eLearning tools to prospective students, an eBook (such as a .PDF, .MOBI, or .EPUB) is a great option. In fact, so is an audiobook. Never limit yourself to one format over another, because each has its own unique advantage.

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7 Questions To Ask Before Using Your eLearning Authoring Tool

If you want to bridge real gaps for your learning audience, it's vital to have great digital learning. To achieve this, start by clearly defining those gaps and exploring learning experiences that drive results.

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eLearning: The Students As Silent Stakeholders – Part I

As eLearning continues to evolve, there are many voices contributing to its development. However, there is one voice that is not part of the conversation that needs to be heard. That voice is the students. This article presents a challenge for us to include them.

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A Template To Analyze Your eLearning Audience

Discover which tools you will need and how to implement them when analyzing your eLearning audience. This step-by-step guide will teach you how to gather critical insights about your learners and apply the knowledge to create your next course.

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8 Powerful Ideas To Get To Know Your Learners

Ever wonder why some learners excel when taking eLearning or instructor-led training (ILT) courses while others don’t? Have you ever put in various interactions and activities in your online training and the learners’ assessment scores come out mediocre? Take a look and see what you may be missing in order to get to know your learners.

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