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Find here the most interesting and instructive tips and tricks of the e-learning world, ICT and training in general. We will show you how to develope amazing e-learning courses, how to engage your audience, how to write your didactic contents from a more pedagogical point of view, etc.

The Perfect Toolkit to Create Your eLearning Courses

The world of eLearning courses is in constant evolution. It is becoming increasingly possible to add more features that make learning...

Get inspired by these new style templates for your Express courses

In isEazy we keep launching new features that you can't miss. We want you to create amazing contents with the most complete authoring tool...

Why should you change your e-learning courses from flash to html?

For a long time, Flash has been the most prevalent format for e-learning courses. It offered everything any content designer could...

More freedom for your creativity with the Linked Images element evolution

In isEazy we keep launching new features that you can't miss. We want you to create amazing contents with the most complete authoring tool...

Express and classic course, when is it best to use each one?

There have been many developments at isEazy lately. First there were the slide template systems, with which you can create courses...

Enjoy your courses in full screen. Bigger space… Bigger show.

Now the Classic courses are able to be viewed on full screen mode, so your students can enjoy your contents even more.   Happy e-learning!  

New technologies for internal trainers

One of the biggest corporate challenges is transmitting corporate know-how quickly and efficiently.  What do you do when someone new joins or...

Make your courses more creative using masks

In isEazy we keep launching new features that you can't miss. We want you to create amazing contents with the most complete authoring tool...

Is it possible to save time when creating your courses?

The process of creating an e-learning course tends to take longer than expected, since it implies several intermediaries and validation processes...