Quizzing online students is necessary to track learning trajectories, giving insight into how much progress has been made and how much still needs to be done.
Knowledge is becoming increasingly important in a world where many other advantages, previously the domain of large (rich) companies, are no longer. You may not remember these times, but you used to need a lot of money to create a platform where you could reach your audience. Whereas all you need these days is a simple WordPress website.
We all enjoy snacking a bit from time to time. As long as you’re able to keep your snacking habits under control, getting your snack on is, mostly, delicious.
When it comes to content, it’s really the same way. In our busy lives filled with children, work, our social lives and hobbies, we don’t always have the time to read long-form content or watch a whole 10-minute video. Sometimes we only have time for a scrumptious little content snack. One that fills our content need for a little while, so we can make it to content dinner.
When you create an online training your main goal is to share knowledge. But tention spans are short and the people you want to share knowledge with are probably gone when you send some information straight away.
To help you we created an infographic to show the essentials to (easily) create engaging content.
If you’re an expert in your field, it would be great to share your expertise by becoming a teacher. And where teaching used to be confined to physical classrooms in the olden days, today’s knowledge can travel further than ever by sharing through the web. But how do you make a course that sticks, for students that stick around? In this blog I have 5 tips that will get you started.
In today’s ever-changing (digital) world, organizations have no choice but to keep up the pace. Easier said than done. Because making the machine that is your organization move in the right direction is no small feat. It requires flexibility, adaptability and the skills needed to be continuously learning .