Tips for Effective Rapid eLearning

Rapid eLearning is a term that gets used two different ways. Some people use it to refer to eLearning content that can be consumed quickly in bite-sized chunks. Others use it to refer to speeding up the eLearning content development process. It is this latter usage, the eLearning content development process, that is the focus of this article. Continue reading

5 Ways to Gamify eLearning for Better Engagement

In the last decade, there have been countless articles written about why gamification of eLearning makes good business sense. The basic argument is that gamification makes any eLearning program, course or module more fun and exciting, which translates into increased learner engagement, higher retention of material learned, and eventually better business results that can have a real impact on the company’s bottom line. As a concept, it’s very easy to get behind this idea. But when it comes time to actually gamify eLearning for better engagement, the result is often not much more than a few achievement badges learners can earn for completing particular courses or trainings. Continue reading

eLearning, Traditional or Blended: How to Choose Your Learning Method

Many businesses in the 21st century will thrive or decline by how well they train their employees to creatively tackle and solve all the challenges they run into from day to day as well as enhancing the skills and knowledge needed to execute their tasks and responsibilities. But while the need for any company to have robust learning, training and development programs is a no-brainer, when it comes to figuring out how to choose your learning method, many leaders and managers are left scratching their heads. There’s traditional instructor-led face-to-face classroom learning, eLearning and various ways to blend the two. How do you go about sorting it all out and making the right choice? Here are some things to keep in mind. Continue reading

Top Workplace Training New Year’s Resolutions

You may have already made your own resolutions but have you made any 2018 resolution on workplace training? If not, eLeap has taken time out to propose just a few resolutions you may want to adopt for 2018.

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2017’s Top eLearning Stories

It’s the time of year when everyone in the eLearning sector reflects upon the year’s big stories. By and large, 2017 was a year of tremendous growth in the eLearning industry and also a year with a few interesting turns and surprises. In this post, eLeap summarizes 2017’s top eLearning stories. Continue reading

What’s Next for eLearning: Predictions for 2018

It’s that time of year again–time to make our predictions for the next 12 months. Last year, eLeap predicted that 2017 would be a year dominated by student-centered learning. As the recent focus on competency-based learning suggests, student-centered approaches to learning have certainly gained ground over the past year. But what will 2018 hold? Our eLearning predictions for 2018 focus on voice activation, augmented reality, competency-based learning, and non-accredited forms of education, including an expanding of online coding academies and nanodegrees. Keep reading to find out why we predict this is what the new year will hold.  Continue reading

Medical device manufacturers turn to eLearning to improve TTM

The medical device industry is incredibly competitive and success or failing becomes highly dependent not just on the quality of product you are producing, or the level of innovation, but on how quickly you can introduce it into the marketplace. One of the most important areas of concern is time to market (TTM).

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Five Training Videos to Help You Prepare for Black Friday

If you’re a veteran retailer, you know what’s waiting after Thanksgiving Day festivities with family and friends. You’ll get up early, well before dawn, and at work to find dozens and even hundreds of customers already camped outside your retail outlet waiting to take advantages of those special deals reserved for door crashers only. By the time you roll out, over twelve hours later, you’ll feel like you’ve just weathered a major storm. So, how do you prepare? To begin, watch these training videos. Continue reading

Are Your Staff Ready for the Holiday Season?

Black Friday is almost here and from Black Friday to the end of the year, most retailers will be in an all-hands-on-deck situation. This is because for many retailers, especially those specializing in clothes, books, toys, and electronics, the holiday season is a make-or-break time of year for sales. Of course, high sales are contingent on two factors: great merchandise and great customer service. So, how do you guarantee that your team is really ready for the holidays? Continue reading