You’ve probably heard of the benefits of SCORM but maybe you’re not quite sure what it’s all about. Here’s a quick guide to what this powerful tool is and how it can work to improve your organization’s e-learning operations.
By Brian de Jong | 1-07-2018
The growth in e-learning authoring tools has been one of the most useful developments in L&D for the past couple of years – making life considerably easier for many learning professionals.
By Kasper Spiro | 26-06-2018
In Easygenerator it is possible to upload your PowerPoint as a starting point for your course, but it is also possible to embed any kind of other document; PowerPoints, Word, Excel, PDF. It is (not yet) possible to upload your document directly in Easygenerator (we are working on that). But here is a simple way that will give you the same result.
By Brian de Jong | 22-06-2018
If your organization is in the market for a new e-learning authoring tool, it can be tough to find the perfect solution. It often takes months to find the right solution, and this time quickly adds up to additional costs. To make your search as efficient and cost-effective as possible, it’s important to weigh your options carefully. Your goal is to find the solution that offers the most benefits in the long term.
By Brian de Jong | 6-06-2018
E-learning authoring tools are software packages which allow you to create your own online learning modules, assessments or quizzes. The software then enables you to share those with specific employees, teams or indeed the wider organization.
Since it is a “reference model” rather than an individual standard, SCORM is designed to overarch various existing specifications. Some refer to SCORM as a “best of breed” solution because it incorporates the best features of other common specifications, providing far greater flexibility for sharing content across systems. Let’s look at how SCORM compares with or relates to some other common specs and standards out there today.
Online learning is taking the business and education world by storm today. That’s because companies and educational institutions have discovered the many powerful benefits of online learning. Not only is online learning advantageous to learners, it automatically opens up many new possibilities for educators.
By Brian de Jong | 2-05-2018
Once upon a time, the only way to access a digital training course was to download and install software onto your computer (or, even worse, to install from an installation disc or CD-ROM). Fortunately, those days are long gone. Now, we can all enjoy the many benefits of cloud-based e-learning.