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See Learning Content From a New Perspective

Docebo

As learning administrators are spending an increasing amount of time compiling course content to engage their learners, more and more organizations are turning to external content providers to source at least a portion of their learning materials. In fact, more than three-quarters (77%) of companies use third-party providers for learning content, according to Brandon Hall Group research, with 70% of those companies using anywhere between one to five providers.

5 Ways to Create an eLearning Course on a Shoestring Budget

ProProfs

The world has already embraced eLearning with open arms, thanks to anytime, anywhere ability that online learning provides. But, there is a segment that is intimidated to introduce eLearning to empower their learning initiatives; fearing it to be a costly affair. Even if you have budget constraints, you can still create awesome online courses that garner praise from the learners and help you scale your business or supplement learning initiatives.

Three Ways to Integrate Off-The-Shelf Content Into Your Existing Training

Litmos

Today’s organizations’ L&D departments are increasingly playing the role of the teacher, figuring out how to fit good off-the-shelf e-learning into long-standing training programs. Most companies don’t start from scratch when it comes to online training. According to a recent research report by the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), 90 percent of organizations now use e-learning in their training programs.