Technology is always designed to try and perform a task faster, more economically or that previously couldn’t be done. Technology that solves a problem and works will always sell, whether it is a fidget spinner, a new iPhone or the latest release of Microsoft office. If it does what it says on the tin and achieves what it is designed to do, the technology will be a success, provided it can be distributed effectively and your customers can learn how to use it.
This article looks at what you can do when demand for your products or SaaS exceed the physical supply or capacity for training that you have. It acknowledges that even with the expansion of your existing training practices, it will not be possible to provide effective quality training. This article explores a solution to the problem of success.
It would seem by now that almost everyone has encountered e-learning, whether in passing, as part of your induction when starting a new job, or you’ve been responsible for administering and updating learning content for your organisation. It’s fair to say, e-learning is a household name and continues to grow in popularity.
When it comes to getting started in e-learning or switching providers, taking your first steps can be a minefield. This article explains some of the ways In2itive helps clients find the right e-learning solution.
This sector roundup explores how E-learning can be used in the onboarding process. According to Henry Ford, if you give a workman the best he will reward you.
In recent months we’ve been having lots of conversations about e-learning design principles with a variety of commercial training providers. Conversations have focused around what they should do to ‘get online’ or ‘get into e-learning’. By e-learning design we mean the entire training content, technologies, systems and processes that would be needed for your organisation to become a fully fledged e-learning training provider.
This e-learning design article includes the following topics:
- Introduction — understanding the needs of commercial training providers
- E-learning design UK — where do you want to take your training business and why
- 11 considerations for your e-learning design journey
1. E-learning design and a commercial mindset
2. E-learning design and your learning platform
3. Ownership and accountability requirements in the e-learning design process
4. Your online methodology and how it can impact e-learning design and development
5. Authoring and production tools related to e-learning design
6. Payment gateways and e-learning design
7. Business system integration using API’s
8. E-learning design authoring and production expertise – internal, external or both?
9. Administration support for your learning platform
10. Walk before you can run
11. Marketing and sales are key factors in successful e-learning design
E-learning, with its learning platforms, virtual classrooms and learning technologies, is often thought of as the future of learning for training providers and organisational learning. Since our team is so involved with learning in the corporate world, we are very interested in trends in education and the future of learning. So, we’ve gathered four of our favourite videos about where education, as we know it, is going.
We meet a lot of business owners and senior managers who say “I’m not technical, talk to my IT team about that”. We also see a lot of people’s eyes glaze over when technical people try to explain API’s. But the fact is you don’t need to be “technical” in order to understand how your business can benefit from API's.
Our approach at In2itive is always to try and help simplify and de-mystify “technical” matters for our clients. In keeping with that philosophy let’s try and keep this simple and non-technical. This API article includes the following topics
- What can an API do for me?
- What is an API?
- What does an API do?
- What does an API do for my business?
- A specific example of how an API can help?
- The API documentation
- How do I make these benefits come alive for my business?
A virtual classroom is an online classroom that enables trainers and learners in different locations to communicate, view and interact with presentations and videos, collaborate with other participants, and engage with learning resources in groups. Virtual classrooms are globally accessible via learning technology and the internet. This means they are powerful tools for trainers and employers to communicate and inform students and staff. This article covers the following topics:
- Uses of a virtual classroom
- Key facilities of a virtual classroom
- Benefits of virtual classrooms
- Tips to help you run a successful virtual classroom session
- Virtual classrooms within the In2itive LMS
Different customers’ often ask us very similar questions. This is a round-up of the more prevalent questions. The responses might only give you the initial information you’re looking for, but if you talk to us, we’ll be better able to understand your specific problems and can assist you from there. These questions are:
- How can we encourage companies who buy our courses on the LMS to service themselves more?
- Does my e-learning have to be SCORM compliant?
- What is meant by a “responsive” LMS?
- Why do my e-learning courses sometimes ‘freeze’ ?
- Why do I need to be connected to the Internet to do my e-learning course?
A collection of just published or soon to be published books on e-learning. We’ve taken the time to research these books, authors and editors. We've presented books we believe can be part of your e-learning toolkit and which we have our eye on as future must reads. The book details are republished from Amazon and the publishers websites where you’ll find some useful book reviews.