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Articles in this category offer useful information about learning management systems, what to look for in one and how to manage it to get the most out of it.

Branching scenarios: Getting to e-learning’s El Dorado

Branching scenarios: Getting to e-learning’s El Dorado

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Learners, LMS

Branching scenarios make your learners experience real world challenges and deal with real life consequences of their choices, all without real life risks.

They transform the learner from a passive observer into an active and involved participant. The unfolding of the narrative creates a memorable experience, thus helping the learner better retain the information. The consequences of their choices, especially the ones that led to failure, will stick to their minds and will determine them to make the right decisions when real life situations demand them.

Selling online courses

Selling online courses: What you need to know

LMS, Managers

The market for online courses has witnessed an incredible growth over the past few years, and this is mostly due to all the technological advances in e-learning. It’s easier now than ever before to sell courses online, but this doesn’t mean that you can make money with just a few clicks and a play button. Before seeing any dollar from selling online courses, you need two important things: a great product (read course) and a significant amount of online followers.

coordinate your company L&D strategy with an LMS

How to coordinate your company L&D strategy with an LMS

E-learning, LMS, Managers

Your company is just like an ecosystem; everything is interconnected. The success of your learning and development company strategy depends not only on instructional designers and their knowledge and ability to create training courses, but also on the coordination between them and your internal departments of HR, IT, Design or Marketing. A learning management system can support this coordination by providing the best tools and by hosting all the knowledge in one centralized place.

deep learning

How learning management systems support deep learning

E-learning, LMS

Deep learning happens when each learner is offered a truly personalized learning experience. Big data allows instructional designers to know each learner’s interests, level of expertise and learning goals and then provide a custom learning path. This learner-centric approach encourages great results.

mistakes in e-learning

Making mistakes in e-learning: A dream come true

Learners, LMS

Happy 2016! Raise your glass for a year full of mistakes! Hear, hear!

What? Are mistakes not on your new year’s resolutions list? I think they should be.

Find out why making mistakes in a secure place like an LMS can actually be good for employees and their companies.

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