Learning and the mode of consumption and accessing information is undergoing a paradigm shift. The learners are no more the passive entity in the process, owing to the ability to pull information from the corners of the web. Hence, qualifying eLearning as a push technique or a pull technique is debatable, and as far as the learner is concerned, completely conditional.


“We need to bring learning to people instead of people to learning.” Elliot Masie, Masie Center


Major stress points faced by an employee in an organization have a direct correlation with the work he/she must perform on the job. To counter the stress, training and counseling sessions of the employees can be conducted by the organization to improve their product knowledge that can help the employees perform on the job.


Say you have a company with a workforce of 100 employees divided into five units of 20 employees each. Your industry takes a turn for the good as a new technology is launched requiring you to adopt it. This means having to develop an employee training program to train all your employees from all units individually based on their functional role. The default mode would be to hold a classroom program to train all the teams based on a time table and you manage to finish the employee training program within 45 days.


“Accessible design is good design – it benefits people who don’t have disabilities as well as people who do. Accessibility is all about removing barriers and providing the benefits of technology to everyone.” – Steve Ballmer


Learning objectives and learning activities are two crucial pieces of ammunition in the eLearning provider’s arsenal. They have a role in making lessons engaging and fruitful. Here, we explore the binary relationship of learning objectives vs learning activities by discussing the difference and understanding the importance of both.


Mobile learning is about disseminating information and learning through a mobile device. However, under no circumstances is mobile learning a compressed version of your eLearning module on a mobile device. Here are 7 dos and don’ts of mobile learning you need to keep in mind.


The Microlearning solution breaks down the traditional long training or learning curriculum into easily consumable pieces of information by breaking it up. It takes a course or a module and deconstructs it to form building blocks of information that can be personalized according to the needs of the learner.


Mark Van Doren said “The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery”… and what better way to assist discovery than to tell a story? For the longest time we, both young and old, have been enamored by the power of storytelling. How about online learning? Here are 3 tips on how to weave storytelling in eLearning and offer your learners a context which makes your modules relevant to them.


Creating an effective online training strategy for the employees is an integral part of any organization’s responsibilities, irrespective of its size and strength.