Top Online Video Courses Across World: Business, Arts & Computers

Recent technological advancements allowed us to move beyond the confines of the classroom. Providers for online video courses have become a treasure trove of content, […] The post Top Online Video Courses Across World: Business, Arts & Computers appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Top Online Video Courses Across World: Business, Arts & Computers

How to Use Interactive Sessions to Turn Online Training into Real-World Application

When I was growing up, I used to play a car-racing video game with my brother (San Francisco Rush I think?), and I got pretty […] The post How to Use Interactive Sessions to Turn Online Training into Real-World Application appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading How to Use Interactive Sessions to Turn Online Training into Real-World Application

Implement An Online Learning Content Strategy

There was a time, just a few years back, that content meant one thing and courses meant another thing.  Content was videos, PDFs, documents, media files (audio), images, anything and everything that was not a course.  And a course was a horse of course (funny, not).  Anyway, it was a course. But as we change – evolve in our space, content (the term) has too.  Nowadays, courses slide under content. We create our own content. We buy 3rd party content.  We outsource someone else to build our content. We surf the net to link and curate content.  We read content.  … Continue reading Implement An Online Learning Content Strategy

Customer Training – Best Practices

If your company, business, association and firm are one of the hundreds of thousands places out there that provide customer training, this post is for you.  Whether you offer it for free as a benefit for them purchasing your product/service/membership, and so forth, or you charge them, attracting, attaining and growing the base is crucial. Not only that, but it will resolve and solve for that matter a lot of challenges, issues and even worries on the part of each and every one of them – i.e. your customer base. Some folks like to refer to customer training as customer … Continue reading Customer Training – Best Practices

What if…..? (E-Learning)

I’m a huge fan of history. Especially those “what if” scenarios that explore the other side of historical changes.  Most folks know the usual, “What if Germany had won WWII”, but lesser folks might ask what if “The colonies never broke away from England,” or what if “bazooka bubblegum created a taste profile that lasted more than thirty seconds.”  In this post, let’s take a look at “what if” scenarios, some which are likely to happen, some of which could, and some of which won’t even though perhaps it would actually be better. What IF e-learning platforms incorporate/use blockchain? You … Continue reading What if…..? (E-Learning)

#eLearning #LIVESTREAM – Should I Upgrade to Captivate 2017? | 2018-03-12 16:00 EST/21:00 UTC

In this Adobe Captivate eLearning live stream, I will be talking about if it’s actually worth upgrading to Adobe Captivate (2017 Release). I will be […] The post #eLearning #LIVESTREAM – Should I Upgrade to Captivate 2017? | 2018-03-12 16:00 EST/21:00 UTC appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading #eLearning #LIVESTREAM – Should I Upgrade to Captivate 2017? | 2018-03-12 16:00 EST/21:00 UTC

Elearning Adoption in Organisations 3: Stages of Diffusion

According to Everett M. Rogers, peoples’ attitude to a new technology is a key element in its diffusion. Roger’s Innovation Decision Process theory asserts that […] The post Elearning Adoption in Organisations 3: Stages of Diffusion appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Elearning Adoption in Organisations 3: Stages of Diffusion

Myths and Legends – Learning Systems

In the mid seventies, as a child, my folks went up to the area where the Lincoln County war was (i.e. Billy the Kid territory).  At a restaurant there, upon checking out, they had an enclosed area with artifacts.  One of them, was according to the restaurant, Geronimo’s finger.  Now, to me as a kid, it looked like a tootsie roll.   They told me, it was his finger.  How they got it, never said, or at least I think I never asked.  Looking back, I still think it was a tootsie roll hardened from the 50’s. I still believe … Continue reading Myths and Legends – Learning Systems

Infographic: 2018 Instructional Design Trends and Learning Trends

Check out this infographic with the instructional design and learning trends for 2018. Buckle up and take a trip with us. The post Infographic: 2018 Instructional Design Trends and Learning Trends appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Infographic: 2018 Instructional Design Trends and Learning Trends