Tag: e-learning

E-Learning Trends You Need to Know About in 2018 (Part 1)

The global e-learning market is anticipated to reach approximately $325 billion by 2025, demonstrating e-learning’s expanding usefulness to organizations of all kinds and sizes. As more organizations begin adopting e-learning technology, it gets less and less expensive, and demand for it continues to increase. To meet the increasing demand for e-learning technology, innovators are creating […]

What's the Difference Between M-Learning and E-Learning?

Many professionals think that m-learning (mobile learning) is simply a branch on the tree of e-learning (electronic learning). Ultimately, m-learning is just another form of learning using electronics, just on a smaller mobile screen … right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. But luckily, they each have their own individual merits. And by understanding how they’re […]

Boosting Participation in Online Learning

Online courses can be a great tool for employers. Not only can they accommodate far more employees than traditional, in-person courses that are limited by the size of the room; they also facilitate the ability to include employees from around the country or around the world.

 Maximizing MOOCs for Employee Development

Wouldn’t it be great if you could offer your employees the opportunity to take free, online courses from renowned universities like Harvard, MIT, Berkeley, and others? Courses on subjects ranging from negotiating contracts to high-performance computing–from marketing analytics to Ruby on Rails programming?

Webinars—Best Practices for Training

Webinars can be a very cost-effective way to train staff in one or many locations. In today’s economy, they can ensure that critical training needs are met within budget constraints. Webinars also make it possible for employers to develop and deliver content over and over again without the need for a live presenter to meet […]

Online Training Resources and Learning Styles

For training to be effective, there must be a perfect blend of learning resources that will meet the learner’s requirements and expectations. Highly visual and aesthetically pleasing learning material will engage those with a visual preference, aiding concentration, but all learning styles must be accommodated.