6 Amazing Tips for an Immersive E-learning Experience

| March 19, 2018

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Many organizations find it difficult to train their globally dispersed workforce and engage them in the learning. In this case, e-learning has proven to be a viable solution, but how would you deliver an immersive e-learning experience to your learners that motivates them?Check our infographic to know a few amazing tips that’ll help you provide an immersive e-learning experience to your employees.

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Imagine an entire generation of kids around the world rushing home to do their math homework because it was seamlessly integrated into their favourite video game. That's Prodigy, and we are revolutionizing the way the world learns math.In the last seven years, Prodigy has gone from 3,000 local users to over 50,000,000 worldwide, and is currently the fastest-growing educational startup in North America! We have always been popular in North America but have expanded into the UK, Australia.

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