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)

Jio features Millionlights as a channel on Jio chat:

Millionlights which is India’s only skill based educational channel has launched its channel on Jio chat which gives a platform to millions of people to […] The post Jio features Millionlights as a channel on Jio chat: appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Jio features Millionlights as a channel on Jio chat:

How Top SaaS Companies Increase Customer Retention & Success using Online Courses

Why do so many software companies make it painfully difficult to understand how to use their tool? I’m sure you’ve experienced this. In fact, it […] The post How Top SaaS Companies Increase Customer Retention & Success using Online Courses appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading How Top SaaS Companies Increase Customer Retention & Success using Online Courses

Future lies in Green Energy: An introduction to bio-fuels

All of us have heard of biofuels, green energy, etc. Let’s look at some of the reasons behind an assertion that green energy would be […] The post Future lies in Green Energy: An introduction to bio-fuels appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Future lies in Green Energy: An introduction to bio-fuels

Best Practices for e-learning and m-learning course building

The biggest challenge I believe facing the LMS/Learning Platform space from a course standpoint and content, is the quality.  It has to get better.  Yes, some is quite good, excellent in fact, but there is still way too much that is average, below average and even poor. There are I believe a wide variety of factors that are a cause of this, and one I see right away is the failure of various authoring tool vendors to their new customers and/or customers who already have content and want to go e-learning, is the lack of education.  Sure, they educate them … Continue reading Best Practices for e-learning and m-learning course building