learner engagement
How to motivate learners in E-learning?

Motivating learners through e-learning courses is not an easy task to accomplish. In simple terms, motivation is defined as the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. Motivation provides a reason for doing something. In the e-learning context, learning motivation should be the reason or desire for one’s learning. The e-learning reason should be […]

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cloud LMS
Is there something better than Cloud computing in E-learning?

Readers, my immediate reaction would be No, not yet. Cloud computing is by far the best technology evolved for effective E-learning. The Cloud LMS is an innovative approach that allows learners to access learning material and information anytime and from anywhere. There are several more reasons why the cloud-based system is better than traditional systems […]

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data import
How to Import Multiple Questions from Excel Spreadsheet in Storyline2?

  Follow these steps for a successful data import from the Microsoft Excel sheet to Articulate storyline: Create an Excel sheet with the following columns: Quiz Question Type Score Points Questions Answer Choices (Answer Option1,Answer Option2,…)     In Quiz Question Type we can use abbreviations like:   Abbreviation Question Type TF True/False MC Multiple […]

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instructional designer
Instructional Designer- A blended mix of various skills

One question that generally comes into the Layman’s mind-Who is an Instructional Designer and what exactly does he do? To get the answer to this, first, we need to understand what is Instructional Design. Instructional design is a set of activities that are designed to identify the skills, knowledge, and attitude gaps of a targeted […]

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    He was a German psychologist who is known for discovering the forgetting curve. According to this curve, the biggest decline in memory happens within 20 minutes, and then 1 hour.