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More Corporations Tapping Into the Benefits of E-Learning

There's no doubt about it: E-learning is booming. According to an in-depth survey conducted by market research firm Global Industry Analysts (GIA), the e-learning industry is expected to top $100 billion in 2015. To date, well over three-quarters of corporations in the U.S. use e-learning for employee training, and that number is expected to grow throughout 2015 as more companies understand just how powerful the approach can be in training both new hires and current employees.

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How to use Screen-O-Matic to create educational videos.

How to use Screen-O-Matic to create educational videos.

Screen-O-Matic takes the best of screencast technology and puts it in the hands of educators and teachers to improve the elearning experience 

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Educational Strategies for E-Learning

Online learning courses offer a great opportunity to train employees on leadership, ethics, workforce safety, salescustomer service, products etc. However, materials must be written in a way that is advantageous to the employees in order for them to gain the maximum benefit from the course. Companies who consider the goals of their courses and the learning needs of their students will be better able to write effective e-learning curriculum.

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Self Directed Learning

Wouldn't it be great if your employees were actually motivated to learn and train on their own, limiting the need for additional staff or trainers so you could conserve resources while still gaining the benefits of state-of-the-art training? With self-directed learning, that's all possible.

Self-directed learning is defined as learning that's “owned” or controlled by the learner. It's “DIY learning” that lets your employees learn at their own pace for a more individualized experience that increases engagement and results in better understanding – and better results for your company.

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You may have noticed the term E-Learning is very similar to E-Mail. This is no coincidence since both technologies transfer information electronically. In fact, we can define E-Learning as the digital delivery of content via electronic devices for the primary purpose of education.

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