respect at workplace
How does respect influences your employee’s productivity?

Respect is an important part of an organisation. A respectful office is very crucial for the success of a business. Communication happens easily when there is respect. In a respectful office, there is also civility in the organization irrespective of someone’s position in the office. Respect ensures that everyone is recognized for their work efforts. […]

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elearning in focus
Why elearning is getting so much focus?

There has been a lot of focus on elearning.   But there are many reasons why elearning is so much used. Let us discuss them all: Elearning is Personalized Personalisation is one of the main benefits of elearning. The corporate learners can’t have the same learning solution for all because they can’t meet expectations. So, […]

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how to increase learner engagement
How to increase learner engagement in elearning?

Learner engagement is one of the most important concerns of elearning. Although metrics have been defined which can measure learning engagement, it’s important to understand first what it means. If the learners don’t find the elearning modules interesting and leave them before they finish, it’s a huge problem. It’s important to think of learner engagement […]

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augmented reality
Augmented and virtual realities: Upcoming technologies in elearning

An exciting and immersive elearning process Augmented reality heightens reality by introducing more objects. Be a part of unreal scenarios Both augmented and virtual realities take employees to environments which can’t be produced in the real world. For example, though virtual reality, employees can be transferred to a unique worksite which can’t be produced in […]

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New approaches to instructional designing
Emerging trends in instructional design

The instructional designing model is here to stay. However, there are some trends that are going to be in vogue for the future in this industry. • The question before instructional designers: The vendors who are working in the market need to know whether the solution will find the right buyers. The instructional designing solution […]

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elearning is a better technology than traditional learning
Elearning provides a better learning environment

There has been a revolution in digital training. Elearning has been getting popular in the corporate sector. The companies are continuously using it. Elearning has also become so famous because mobile phones have become popular since the early 2000s. There was a change in the uses of mobile phones during that time. Mobile phones were […]

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Blended learning
Use of Blended learning is increasing

Blended classrooms are getting popular. But what is blended learning all about? But it all started with Covid 19 when organisations had to move to work from home. Due to work home, the companies have also been able to streamline their work. Blended learning combines both offline learning i.e. which happens in classrooms and online […]

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elearning videos-How to use them?
Engage the audience with your elearning videos

Elearning has become a commonplace phenomenon now. There is the use of videos in elearning now. But how to use the elearning videos so that they give the best results?   Elearning Videos can be easily used for imparting practical training to learners. If your course is about constructing a PC, then it’s important to […]

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online training and its features
Online training: What does it involve?

In the present years, online training has assumed an important role.   Students are preferring elearning because it is easier to use than classroom training. Especially in the case of asynchronous elearning where the student and teacher don’t have to be present at the same time, students find it very convenient. This kind of elearning […]

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DSLR stands for Digital single-lens reflex camera. It has a digital imaging sensor. In this kind of camera, the captured image can be viewed in the viewfinder when the shutter button is pressed. Its shown through the main lens rather than through a secondary lens, so the user knows what has been captured. 

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.