Continuing education is no longer a visionary project of large companies, but an urgent necessity also for small and medium enterprises. How to keep life learning alive with a small budget and quickly? (The answer is in eLearning).
Using a fictional character to accompany the students in eLearning is a way to increase their involvement. What characteristics should it have? Should it be a drawing or a real character? Man or woman?
With all family members engaged in work or distance education, home computers could not be enough for everyone. With your smartphone, you can overcome this problem and continue to use it even when you return to the office and classroom.
Whether it's corporate training or didactics, for a successful videoconference it is essential to avoid "technical problems" and keep participants involved. Here are some tips to make everything go smoothly.
Training in times of social distancing has only one way out: it must take place online. Before starting an eLearning project, there is a choice to make: is synchronous or asynchronous learning better for your employees?
Scenario-based learning allows you to recreate some realistic situations in a virtual environment, to be ready for any eventuality. This is why this technique is very effective for training in health care.
With the outbreak of the covid-19 emergency, the Miur makes some resources available to schools to implement distance learning. What is the approach adopted in Italy and in the other countries where schools have been suspended?
The tendency to job-hopping, literally jumping from one job to another, also increases in Italy. The risk for companies is to lose the best talent, especially in favor of foreign companies. Thanks to eLearning, brain drain can be mitigated.
Social learning is the ability of humans to learn from others. In addition to direct observation and imitation, there are other ways to encourage social learning, especially through eLearning. Here are 3 examples.