10 Low-Cost Ideas for Employee Training

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So, What Will it Cost Me? In terms of pricing, Microsoft PowerPoint (standalone, not including full Microsoft Suite) will cost you about $109, for 1 user (both PC and Mac) in the Microsoft Store, but you can shop around and check out other vendors such as Amazon, Overstock or Office Max/Depot. So, What Will it Cost Me? ON-DEMAND WEBINARS On-demand webinars are a great and cost-effective way to train your employees - as they can access the content anytime, anyplace.

How (and Why) You Should Run an E-Learning Prototype

LearnDash

Finally, calculating development costs for an online course can be difficult. You may have built your business model around charging one price for a course, only to find that your figure is far too low. While prototyping adds time and expense to the development phase, it’s a cost you know about and can plan for. And in return, it prevents unexpected costs from catching you unawares.

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The thrust behind the proposal is that for some students, finding themselves timetabled into rooms with no computing facilities, wouldn’t it be a good idea to provide some low cost, low spec netbooks and make use of the college WiFi provide access to web resources including Cloud apps.

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Be an HR Superstar: Secrets to Effective Workplace Learning

eThink Education

Open-source products are relatively low-cost or free , the original code is given freely, and they may be modified and redistributed at pleasure. An o pen-source LMS is the best choice for future-proof ing and personalizing workplace learning.

Top Picks for 2016 – E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

Course standards include xAPI and PENS, besides the standards of SCORM. . Best Low Cost and Easy to use Video Capture, Editing software – It’s a Tie. The cost for Lifetime is about $63 per computer. After a whirlwind week that for many of us has left an indelible mark of uneasiness and concern, we all need a little good cheer. Sure we could ask Santa to make a special emergency delivery.

5 E-Learning Forecasts for 2012

eLearning 24-7

Costs and quality will vary. For vendors creating standalone apps for the masses on a variety of offerings or new product lines, costs will need to be significantly lower, otherwise it will not be successful. Costs will vary, again lower price points are needed. Low cost. no SCORM, AICC or PENS – however, I am now seeing a few vendors offer PENS (created by AICC back in 2005, but slowly gaining traction).

A tour of the back lot

Clive on Learning

Textual blog postings provide a great insight, but don't always reveal much of the person behind the pen - you need the face, the voice and the body language before you really feel you've got to know someone. I've been surprised so far how at how natural the interviewees' responses have been and at the technical quality they are able to achieve with low-cost equipment.

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Interview with Terry Anderson

Learning with 'e's

Education always has been more than information dissemination or publishing, but now we have the tools, at low costs and globally available to make participatory learning possible. At least in North American tuition rates, costs of text books and shortages of affordable learning options have increased in most schools- despite massive decrease in costs of production, dissemination and interaction.

How to Build a Beautifully Designed Training Based Membership Website with WordPress with Melissa Love from the Marketing Fix

LifterLMS

If you were making a form, he would literally do it with a pen, so it was kind of old school. I want a fairly low cost membership, where the people feel really supported.”

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

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Learnlets , May 10, 2010 In response to a query about why someone would question the concept of the LMS, I penned the (slightly altered, for clarity) response that follows: What seems to me to be the need is to have a unified performer-facing environment. Without trust, employees become what Judy Bardwick, in her article titled “The High Cost of Mistrust,&# calls actively disengaged. Seriously, check out some initial low-cost ways to help cure them of what ails them.