Month: October 2015

What Types of LMS are there?

What Types of LMS are there?
So many types of Learning Management System, or LMS, exist and are currently used by organizations primarily to manage e-learning and deliver course materials to employees. All these systems have a common mechanism that is to manage and administer a training to a large and sometimes scattered workforce. In the selection of an LMS, it’s highly important for an organization to understand how it plans to deliver training materials to its trainees. The organizational needs should be mapped onto an LMS that offers the required features. (more…)
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Six Ways a Gaming Platform Can Benefit Your Training

Six Ways a Gaming Platform Can Benefit Your Training
Research shows that gaming can produce effective learning as compared to the traditional mode of eLearning. With gaming techniques being used in the course material we can create content that enables problem-solving skills and creativity. More so over, with the gaming concept, individuals do not have to face the negative consequences of failing as compared to real life; instead they get to start over again to improve their mistakes. (more…)
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Why Go For A (Saas) Cloud-Based LMS over A Hosted LMS?

Why Go For A (Saas) Cloud-Based LMS over A Hosted LMS?
Most corporations are jumping on LMS band wagon using the SaaS model, since its economic, most easy to manage.  The SaaS model reduces the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) of the LMS for an organization, with no hidden costs for maintenance and infrastructure setup. (more…)
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5 Questions to Consider For Implementing Online eLearning

5 Questions to Consider For Implementing Online eLearning
You’ve gone through all the general benefits of incorporating eLearning into your workforce’s learning and development (L&D) program.  But have you considered all the relevant points? Below is a (short) checklist for everything you need to consider when you are planning to invest in an eLearning program for your organisation. (more…)
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How to Engage Those Who Don’t Want To Be Engaged?

How to Engage Those Who Don’t Want To Be Engaged?
The title must have caught your attention by now.  When education or training becomes boring, that’s when we lose the learner. “Learning” involves more than just memorizing information and facts. It requires us to retain the thoughts and then to apply those in a scenario. The learning becomes skills and then we can apply it in a real life situation even under pressure, in a variety of circumstances. (more…)
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How to Work With Graded Questions Within Articulate Storyline?

How to Work With Graded Questions Within Articulate Storyline?
With Articulate Storyline you can have scoring for both correct responses and incorrect responses. Negative point values can also be utilized for the incorrect responses that are to be given to the learners. By default, Storyline allows the learners to attempt to answer each graded question in a quiz one more time, though that can be changed. (more…)
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How To Shuffle Answer Choices in Question Editor in Articulate Storyline?

How To Shuffle Answer Choices in Question Editor in Articulate Storyline?
Articulate Storyline has an option for you to randomize your answer choices for a variety of questions. It also allows you to shuffle selectively, so you can randomize some and leave some answer choices in the same question slide. The video tutorial will help you understand the following: (more…)
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How to Work With Feedback in Question Editor in Articulate Storyline?

How to Work With Feedback in Question Editor in Articulate Storyline?
Articulate Storyline has a Question Editor that works with Feedback. With Articulate Storyline's form-based Feedback window you can easily add text, audio, and branching to the feedback. Also, you can use layers to show your feedback on question slides. When the learner submit their answer, a feedback layer overlays the content of the question slide to show how the learner had performed. (more…)
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