6 Reasons for why should you use Info graphics in eLearning

Infographics are easy to understand: It creates a lasting visual impression on mind by providing relevant information in form of graphics with minimal words explaining them. This manner of providing concise data is very easy to read and remember by learner. People retain approximately 80% of what they learn usually as opposed to 20% retained […]

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The relevance of mLearning in eLearning

 Click on the image to view the full animated graphicReaders let’s explore today the importance of mLearning or Mobile Learning in imparting eLearning courses. E-learning refers to any kind of learning and teaching which is electronically supported. The use of any form of digital communication, electronic devices or internet to deliver learning along with the […]

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Overview of Blended Learning

The abstract of Blended Learning is in its name only. The word blended means merging one substance with another to form a new combination. In the e-learning context, Blended Learning is a comprehensive learning solution that uses traditional classroom learning methodology with web-based online learning to deliver content.   Blended Learning Model is raising its […]

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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.