If your company needs to develop e-learning content, you generally have two options: build courses in-house or outsource the process to third-party experts. Here are the benefits of creating courses within your company instead of outsourcing e-learning development.
For most of us – all of us, arguably – adulthood sneaks up on us and ensnares us in its inherent ‘busyness.’ We fall quickly and unknowingly into its routines, schedules and expectations, often taking little or no time to stop and reevaluate our direction. It happens to the best of us.
Companies and training professionals are beginning to fear that they will soon become obsolete in this expanding market due to growing technologies. Find out what Fast Company has to say about technology and the future of L&D.
New findings have discovered that employees are using social media to learn new career skills. With platforms like twitter and YouTube, professionals can develop professionally with the click of a mouse. In addition, learners can take graduate-level classes online for only a piece of the cost.
The battle of ADDIE vs. SAM began when Micheal W. Allen outlined the SAM model in his book Leaving ADDIE for SAM: An Agile Model for Developing the Best Learning Experiences in 2012. We at findcourses decided to do some research of our own on these two methodologies for creating learning materials. Let us take a look at what exactly these two models are.
Technology is constantly evolving and you will be left behind if you do not cope with the changing patterns in learning. Many learning technologies are constantly being developed to help students and professionals learn more effectively.
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