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Making It Personal: Some Tips On Personalisation For eLearning

Whether your objective is to provide degree-standard education to an entire generation of undergraduates, or skills training for a small group in an office or workshop setting, the simple fact remains that, internally, no two individuals will take exactly the same path to that goal.   Everyone is different. But it’s possible to use this […]

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e-Learning Across the Generation Gaps

e-Learning courses and materials for online consumption are sometimes designed from a single point of view. This loses sight of the fact that a typical training course may be taken by learners from all walks of life – and all age groups. Each demographic has its own behaviour patterns (a blend of past experience, contemporary […]

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The Gamification of E-learning

Playing games is one of the most natural things that we as humans can do. Indeed, in some ways it goes towards defining our species – the ability we have to enjoy ourselves, to have fun, to pass the time in friendly competition, completely divorced in those moments from any struggle whatsoever for survival. Gaming […]

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e-Learning – an Internet Success Story

In recent years, the internet has opened up a world of opportunity for learning in various ways. One of the most beneficial to companies and staff alike is the emergence of e-learning platforms for training. Businesses can implement these so that staff can constantly be improving their qualifications and work-related knowledge at their own pace. This […]

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