# E-learning

Have you started your corporate reskilling program?

Reskilling is the process of learning new skills so you can do a different job, or of training people to do a different job. In

The ultimate ADDIE checklist for your e-learning instructional design

ADDIE is a simple five-step process for instructional design, originally developed in 1975 for the US Army. Most instructional design models are based on the

Deliver learning right even when your learners get it wrong with Mistake-Driven Corporate Learning

A recent conference paper published as part of the EAI/Springer Innovations in Communication and Computing book series (EAISICC) found that “mistake-driven training provides students with

Millennials are taking over the world! Here’s how you can develop e-learning content to suit their needs

Statistics show that by 2025, millennials will make up three-quarters of the workforce. That means that many work-related decisions, including decisions related to corporate learning,

Retaining tech talent during the Great Resignation

A new study by TalentLMS and Workable shows that a whopping 72% of employees working in Tech/IT roles in the US are thinking of quitting

3 great examples of game-based learning

By now, if you’ve been following this blog, you’re aware that game-based learning is a great way to improve engagement in e-learning. But in practice,

E-learning Instructional Design: Striking the Right Note

How do you create instructional design that delivers the results your learners deserve?  To create an outstanding online training experience that leverages quality e-learning design,

4 ways to make corporate e-learning painless

Corporate e-learning is an ongoing process, helping to deliver upskilling in the form of refresher courses, hard and soft skills courses.  For audit purposes, most

Engaged Learners = Better Learners. But how do you make e-learning more engaging?

Looking at creating compelling e-learning content and don’t know where to start? Here are some tips and tools that could help you. Practical orientation Don’t

5 reasons (+1) why launching an edtech startup in India might be a great idea

What is edtech? The term covers a wide range of technological innovations, both hardware and software, that are suitable for delivering an enhanced learning experience