From a very tender age, we are exposed to games: Chess, Monopoly, Scotland Yard… And that is for a reason, because games make learning not seem like ‘learning’. Our mind inputs far more concentration and participation in a
Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud (SMAC) are the four pillars which are driving business innovation worldwide. How? Here’s how:
Social Applications and Media allow businesses to reach their customers anywhere anytime, as most of these customers now
E-Learning is the use of electronic media such as videos, audios, presentations and online content created using the effective use of technological tools in learning and teaching. Although there are various linguistically restrictive terms for E-Learning
Rapid learning tools come to the rescue when course content must be developed fast and economically, and when you may not have the highly technical expertise required to work with comprehensive authoring tools. While a traditional
As a designer do you often reach a stagnant point when it comes to creating e-Learning courses? Well it’s sure not easy! Especially when you don’t have the access of having a face-to-face interaction with your
Crowdsourcing Curriculum Development – The Low-Cost Option for Building Content within Organizations
What is crowdsourcing?
In the context of training and development, crowdsourcing is the leveraging the knowledge of a number of people outside the organization to help in the design and development of the training curriculum. Before the
Reading is inevitable. No matter how multi-faceted learning becomes with the spread of technology, no organization can absolutely evade from including reading material in its training stock. It may be in the form of training manuals, on-the-job-guides, compliance
Well-designed animations have the power to transform difficult to understand concepts into easily comprehensible ones. Educational animations are animations produced for the specific purpose of fostering learning. They use basic elements to explain a process, concept or abstract
What is a mentoring program?
A mentoring program is a systematic framework which provides for career counseling of individuals. Though traditionally, mentors were necessarily older, more senior people; now mentoring has become more of a two-way process