“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


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 […]


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


With the advent of computer, notebooks, laptops, and other modern gadgets, the medium of learning for school and colleges has become quite easy. Whether you want to opt for distance learning or you wish to learn a foreign language, now all happens at your finger tip. In just a few clicks, you get an opportunity […]


In this article, we take a look at 5 key things to consider when developing online training courses for your employees.


Millennials are the first generation to grow up entirely with technology and is truly comfortable using it and being around it. For them, technology is not an extra… it is an integral part of their live, almost like an extension of themselves. Millennials want technology to make their lives easier, faster, better, flexible, and more […]


Here are 7 simple Zen principles you can put to use in order to improve your online training courses.


Starting a new eLearning project? Here we list the 16 essential steps that you could follow for effective eLearning course design.


Creating a multilingual course involves more than just creating a text in English and then translating it. In this article, we take a look at the essential checklist for creating multilingual courses.


As a learner navigating through an eLearning module, did you ever get stuck on a particular slide because you were not sure about what to do next? If yes, then you have probably been a victim of an eLearning course navigational structure, which has not been designed properly.