Did you know that early signs of e-learning date back to the 19th century? In fact, Isaac Pitman back in the 1840s taught his students shorthand through correspondence.
Companies across the globe are now utilizing e-learning to meet their business goals. However, there’s more to it when it comes down to developing e-learning courses than just meticulous planning and careful execution.
What are the areas that need to be identified when developing an e-learning course? Through this infographic, we bring you a handy checklist.
Long gone are the days when traditional learning was popular among students. With the rise of modern technologies, people believe that learning online can give many benefits, so it’s no wonder this type of learning is taking the world by storm. Not only can it save 40-60% more time, but it can also increase knowledge retention. Check out this article by guest blogger Hugh Beaulac to find out more.
Mastering virtual communication is really essential to running a successful online course. Did you know that one of the biggest challenges to online courses is student engagement? Mobile messaging through apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Slack and SMS messaging can create those important connections and ensure a better learner experience. Check out this great article by guest blogger Anastasia Sviridenko for more information.