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20.09.2016

How to choose an eLearning platform

How to choose an eLearning platform
An eLearning platform provides a solid foundation on which to base a company’s training framework. Not only is it a bit like a compass that lets you navigate a sea of ??information, it also represents a reference point for an organisation’s identifying values. Choosing one could prove difficult, since the market is full of proposals and, at times, it is far from easy to understand all the features and functions clearly, which required technical knowledge that cannot be taken for granted. &nbs...
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15.09.2016

Adaptive learning: made-to-measure training for participants

Adaptive learning: made-to-measure training for participants
The term adaptive learning refers to a set of technological and methodological solutions designed to customise the learning experience automatically based upon the specific characteristics of the target audience. Online self-training is an increasingly popular method of acquiring knowledge; over the past decade, companies have focussed on building rich and varied educational assets, as well as creating eLearning paths that are both useful and effective. As "training assets" become more consolid...
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06.09.2016

Project Management: how to develop an eLearning path in 12 steps!

Project Management: how to develop an eLearning path in 12 steps!
Project managementis a way of working, often thought of as for specialists, which can actually be learned easily at all levels of the organisation.   Companies increasingly use project methodology; eLearning is an ideal channel for developing a widespread culture of project management that optimises the time devoted to training.   Let’s see an example of how to structure an eLearning course in 12 steps, supplemented by case studies that reflect project management in your organisation a...
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01.09.2016

Visual thinking: 5 training steps

Visual thinking: 5 training steps
The visual representation of knowledge makes it more accessible and enhances it improving the quality of the information conveyed. (Eppler)   Visual thinking is a technique that allows us to organise our thoughts, ideas and concepts through images, helping us in the process of learning and problem solving. How can we strengthen it?   Since ancient times, we have tried to experiment with new forms and new languages. We progressed from petroglyphs to oral communication, onto alphabets and w...
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