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Why Role Plays are the Best Bet for Effective Sales Training

When you give your new sales hires different role-playing scenarios, you’re helping them develop their conflict resolution skills, build empathy, handle rejections, and learn to perform under pressure.

Personalized Learning: 4 Key Takeaways from SHAPE Education Event

Four key takeaways from the SHAPE Education event that explored the value of personalized learning to an individual’s learning journey and on the education system as a whole.

How is AI Transforming eLearning Beyond the Usual Suspects – Personalized and Language Learning?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a staple not only in cloud computing but in eLearning, too. The reasons are obvious.

How Role Plays Help in Extended Enterprise Training

People empowered by technology are the biggest asset for businesses to compete in today’s cut-throat world. And businesses aren’t stopping at hiring the best talent and investing in their training; they are also broadening their focus to include those in the “extended enterprise.”

EdTech: Five Areas to Focus in 2022 and Beyond

Venture capital in the EdTech industry has grown exponentially since 2010. It was $16.1 billion in 2020, but by 2022, the industry has attracted close to $50 billion in funding! And though all the regions are growing, Asia makes up 80% of all global VC dollars.

“Role” of Role Plays in eLearning for Better Retention and Performance

Remember those childhood days spent enacting scenarios for the doctor, nurse, even chefs? The sense of pride we all felt while asking for money from our peers as a bus conductor or catching a “thief” as a police officer. Role plays have been an integral part of our lives and

Deliver Personalized Learning Experience with Artificial Intelligence

It’s a boom time for personalized learning, which is driven largely by on-job skill development programs featuring real-time competency analysis and online courses. From students to corporate professionals, most of them favor personalized learning. Per an Industry ARC report, the global personalized learning market is estimated to surpass $2 billion

Simulation-based Learning: 3 Reasons Why It Works

Simulation-based learning has been around for such a long time now that it has become commonplace. Several industries are using it: Aviation – Pilots in training use flight simulators to get familiar with plane controls and practice flying in different weather and landing conditions. Math – Mathematicians and economists are

Talking Head Videos for eLearning: 4 Reasons Why They Work

Videos are great storytellers. They can get your audience to connect and communicate with you on a deeper emotional level, even more than words or pictures. They also help build trust as people can “see” you, what you stand for, and really “connect.” This is where talking head videos are

The Value of Simulation-based Learning in EdTech

A health simulation company offers computer simulations to help educate college students about substance use and sexual misconduct prevention. The School of Nursing has introduced UNLV’s Poverty Simulation, an interprofessional education exercise to help students from Nursing, Medicine, and Dental Medicine understand the challenges of poverty and the resources and

What Makes Extended Enterprise Training Successful?

Businesses worldwide use extended enterprise training as a strategic tool to grow their business. It means different things to different organizations and can be broadly categorized into customer training and partner training, underpinning the source of revenue for the business. Extended enterprise training is also significant for associations and member-based

7 Ways How Learning Apps Add Value to Training and Education

By 2022, the global eLearning industry is projected to surpass $243 billion, per Statista, while a study by Research & Market predicts the market size to be $336.98 billion by 2026. The eLearning industry was growing at a healthy rate even before the pandemic, but since last year, the growth

How Gamification Improves Learning Effectiveness?

Gamification has become a driving force in eLearning, and companies are seeing exponential benefits from its implementation. A study by FinancesOnline reveals that 97% of employees over 45 believe that gamification would help improve work, while 85% are willing to spend more time on training programs with gamified dynamics. The

Talking Head Videos: A Human Touch to Online Learning

There is a sharp increase in the demand for eLearning video content post-2020. As much as 58% of respondents reported using digital video to learn new skills in a pandemic world, as per research by Google/Talk Shoppe. And it’s not just schools that see an increased demand for eLearning videos

How is AI Upping the Game in Language Learning?

$25.73 billion – that will be the size of the online language learning market by 2027, per Verified Market Research report. From $12.49 billion, this is equivalent to a CAGR of 10.2% from 2020 to 2027, which is huge! In Europe and the UK, respectively, 92% and 70% of students

4 Technologies That Are Transforming eLearning

GSK Vaccines launched a custom project as part of their global onboarding event to introduce new hires to the business structure via a simulation game – a mix of live role-play and digital eLearning elements, including news-style videos and an online player dashboard. New hires at Toyota Motor Europe get

The Impact of Covid-19 on Training: Three Focus Areas for NGOs and Non-profits

The impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been far-reaching, with approximately 81 million jobs being wiped out in 2020 in Asia-Pacific alone. Underemployment surged to unprecedented levels as more people were asked to work fewer or no hours at all. With the emerging digital world of work, upskilling became a