11 Smart Tips to Choose the Right eLearning Vendor

Hurix Digital

eLearning is one of the top choices of enterprises all over the world to meet their training needs. What makes eLearning stand out is its virtual one-to-one model, allowing employees to progress rapidly while ensuring reduced consumption in terms of trainers, travel, etc. This blog will give you tips to choose the right eLearning vendor. Difficulties in Choosing the Right eLearning Vendor: There are a number of eLearning companies offering a range of solutions.

How to measure effectiveness of an eLearning Program? Here is a checklist!

Adobe Captivate

It is a challenge for training managers to ensure quality of eLearning programs that are developed by internal teams or external eLearning vendors. In this blog, we will equip training / Learning and Development managers with a benchmark checklist that helps them test effectiveness of an eLearning program. If we believe that ‘a picture is worth 1000 words’, then it is quite important to ensure they look beautiful and convey the intended meaning.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Market Differences in eLearning

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Monday, March 23, 2009 Market Differences in eLearning Im a fan of the number 42. Sreya Dutta (Instructional Design: On the road to learning ) responded to a thread in the comments about the eLearning market in India: Cammy, thanks for this interesting post. I agree with Rupa and Poonam on the elearning industry in India but there are variations too.

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

Workers reported that informal learning was three times more important in becoming proficient on the job than company-provided training. Vendors don’t make money from informal learning. To create intellectual capital it can use, a company needs to foster teamwork, communities of practice, and other social forms of learning. To manage and develop human capital, companies must recognize unsentimentally that people with these talents are assets to invest in.