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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.

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...

What differentiates isEazy from the rest of the tools?

You will think that with this article we are trying to bring down the rest of the authoring tools on the...

Convert your PowerPoint into SCORM course with isEazy

Companies often store a large amount of information in PowerPoint format. Presentations, courses, instruction manuals... why not recycle all that content...

Do you know what the advantages of e-learning are for companies with distributed teams?

Large companies or multinationals tend to have teams that are distributed over a large geographical area. Retail companies, food chains, consultants,...

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...

What is SCORM? Advantages of using SCORM with authoring tools such as isEazy

If you’re new to the world of e-learning, you often may have wondered about the advantages of using SCORM-type course formats...

7 Things you should ask yourself before choosing an authoring tool

There are several authoring tools available on the market to create your online training. Whether you choose one or the other...

Images as metaphors. How to convey abstract concepts with images.

As we commented previously, “an image is worth a thousand words” and using them can help convey items that reinforce knowledge...