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E-learning is becoming a fundamental pillar for the training of staff for companies, and is opening a world of new possibilities to traditional education. Supported by new technologies, e-learning explores new training options and adapts to changes in the new digital age by facilitating and improving knowledge transfer.

New express courses: how do you get the most out of them?

The e-learning course creation sector is advancing rapidly, and it is logical that different formats and designs will appear every now...

Gamification & Microlearning: The perfect combination

Technology has radically changed how companies train employees within a company. Have you noticed? Gone are the hotel conventions, the endless...

8 ways to use grouping exercises

The grouping exercise is one of our versatile activities, thanks to its drag & drop feature. The way it works is...

How to use feedback effectively in your assessments

Our assessments are increasingly more complete and there are lots of different ways to adapt them to the type of exam...

Content curation: a way to increase the power of your e-learning course.

Very often, when we decide to create an online course, we’re not starting from scratch. The first thing we do is...

Creating cloud-based e-learning courses. Why should you do it?

When you plan to start using an authoring tool to create your virtual courses, the questions that arise are: what software...

Do you still not use infographics in your online courses?

Online training options as regards learning courses are growing every day. Visual and multimedia formats are winning out against written text...

The 6 common mistakes when creating your online course

You want to offer your employees quality online course but you don’t have much experience or time. You’d like to increase...

Are you still using PowerPoint for your training sessions?

PowerPoint has been, for a long time, our “all-purpose” tool. A commercial presentation? PowerPoint. A results report? PowerPoint again. An online...