Weekly Blog about eLearning
A McKinsey study shows the link between stock market performance and employee skill development programs.
What are the four principles of Knowles' andragogy that differentiate adult learning?
Despite the digital divide, "narrow" bandwidth and obsolete hardware, the health emergency linked to the spread of the coronavirus is pushing Italians to take great steps towards digitization.
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.
How to design an online course so that students can connect content with their experiences? Here are some tips on how to use trainee's mindsets.
All the secrets of High Impact Learning that Last, a durable and high impact training model.
Will robots conquer the world of work? Will digitalization free workers from low value-added activities?
85% of job success depends on having well developed soft skills, while only 15% depend on technical skills.
The statistics of an online course are a mine of useful information not only to evaluate the results achieved by students, but also to adapt the content of the course to their needs. Here are some data to monitor carefully.
What are the 3 advantages that companies can obtain from the adoption of e-learning for the training of employees, regardless of the sector they belong to (from the commercial to the non-profit, to the pharmaceutical and health sector)?
Companies with defined onboarding programs record significantly better loyalty, productivity levels and employee satisfaction.
A recent study conducted by the University of the Pacific showed that any problems or difficulties in the use of technology and the fact of not considering it as a priority in learning may not be the biggest obstacle to learning in mode e-learning.