What if the information dump part of a training program was given over to self-directed modules that employees could experience at their own pace?
With new needs and opportunities, eLearning is fundamentally different from courses that have come before.
With software giants such as Adobe and Microsoft pushing ambitious updates to their flagship software tools, systems training will only increase in value.
What does a great eLearning solution look like in action? Design tips include radical simplicity and future anticipation.
In today's IT-saturated market, training employees in tech use and general good practices is a security must.
The current STM journal market is defined by experiments with form and distribution, with the journey into the digital realm serving as the defining factor.
When academic publications are launched and maintained entirely online, there is room for evolution in their business models and content presentation.
ELearning takes far less time than classroom teaching. The resulting efficiency gains can have financial benefits for companies.
Companies able to link eLearning to real benefits are making the switch from legacy training.
While eLearning represents a big change from previous training methods, it has smaller trends within its scope. Mobility and gamification are among these.