E-Learning is the Future of Healthcare Education: Here’s why

Although eLearning is here since the 1980s, it was never seen as an effective alternative to traditional learning. Globally, traditional learning has been replaced a lot in recent years and we see more and more private and public sector companies are increasingly adopting eLearning. This article sheds some light on why eLearning is the best…

10 Advantages of Cloud Based E-Learning

Who would have guessed 20 years ago that an employee could still receive training on his company’s newest technologies from the comfort of his own home? One of the technologies fueling innovation in the e-learning business is cloud computing. It’s a sophisticated technology that shifts the focus away from conventional resources and toward digital ones….

Story-Based Learning: Which Storytelling Strategy To Choose?

The biggest challenge that the instructional designers face while developing eLearning content is to keep learners engaged and immersed in the course, while facilitating and ensuring a successful knowledge transfer. Story-based learning is a fine way to do it. Story-based learning encourages and motivates learners. It is engaging, easy to recollect, and appeals to learners…

Utilizing DARQ Technology in eLearning

What is DARQ? DARQ is a group of multiple technologies and is an abbreviation of distributed ledger technology (DLT), artificial intelligence (AI), extended reality (XR), and quantum computing. It represents a certain subset of technologies together and offers a new understanding of what the post-digital world may look like. Why DARQ Matters? DARQ is driving…

Four Visual Elements to Make E-Learning More Effective

When interactive whiteboards first appeared in the training industry, they were a game-changer, quickly displacing chalk and duster as the major teaching and learning medium. One of the key factors that make e-learning courses interesting and successful in grabbing the learner’s attention is the usage of visuals. Research shows that when text was associated with…