Category: E-learning

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Share Your Knowledge and Experience

If you’ve been following this series on how to create better e-learning content, it’s safe to say you’re interested in sharing knowledge with your peers. It’s even likely that you are already doing so effectively.

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First Curate, Then Create

Sharing your knowledge through an e-learning course is a great initiative, but it only adds real value if you have something new to say. So, before creating a course, the first step is to check whether any resources already exist that cover the same topic. 

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Collect learner input with the Easygenerator NPS feature

How satisfied are your learners with the learning content you’ve created? What are the bright spots and trouble areas in your e-learning courses? The only way to find out is to get feedback from your learners. 

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Give Your Learners Useful Feedback

 

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Learn the optimal size for e-learning design: Bite size is the right size

When it comes to e-learning, less is more. Authors should avoid creating courses or assessments that are too large for people to chew on in one go. 

To find out the right size, duration and medium for an effective e-learning design, Easygenerator conducted a study with over 200 participants which it then enhanced with existing market research.

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How to use variety in your courses to beat the forgetting curve

Long-term retention of learning is hard to achieve through one-off learning events/courses. That’s because, all too often, we forget what we learned soon right after the course ends. This blog post explains how you can utilize different course templates and question types to beat the forgetting curve.

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Create your courses following these steps for high learning impact

When authors create courses, most people start by writing content and maybe adding a few types of questions at the end. The problem with this approach is that you wind up with "PowerPoint-like" courses that are neither engaging nor effective.

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A quick intro to SCORM

 


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.

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New to using authoring tools for e-learning? Here are three important things you need to know before creating your first online course

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.

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SCORM versus xAPI, cmi5 and AICC

 


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.
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