Purpose of Learning Objectives in eLearning

January 31, 2019

Every training program has a goal to achieve. This goal can be broken down into specific, measurable learning objectives. Learning objectives let learners know what they will be able to achieve by the end of the course. In other words, learning objectives describe the: Specific learning outcomes of a training program. Conditions under which learning happens.

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Online Learning: A Transformation in Numbers

Infographic | June 14, 2022

5% is the annual growth rate of students taking online courses in the higher education sector (Source: Boston Consulting Group)

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3 Key Questions to Ask About Your Edtech Investments

Infographic | February 25, 2020

In order to be truly effective, all education technology adopted in your school or district needs to meet a few simple but important criteria. It must: prioritize student safety and data privacy match your specific needs to ensure relevance and usefulness be purposefully integrated into your budget. Asking these three key questions will help you clearly understand your edtech investments.

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Is Social Media Ruining Students?

Infographic | February 6, 2020

There’s no doubt that social media has had a huge impact on the lives of students, but what ‘s less clear is whether this impact has been good or bad. An infographic by Online Education that looks at the pros and cons of a national student body that is embedded in social media.

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Working With eLearning Vendors: The Why, How, And What

Infographic | December 19, 2019

They help you focus on your core business. Stick to your core competencies. Investing in an in-house eLearning development team is an additional expense that can be avoided when you decide to outsource eLearning development. They have expertise in eLearning development. Having spent years perfecting the various mechanisms involved in designing and developing eLearning courses, eLearning vendors have the required expertise.

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eLearning Localization: What, Why, And How?

Infographic | January 28, 2020

eLearning localization involves the adaptation of online courses according to the specific culture of learners. What Is Localization? eLearning localization involves the customization of learning content in order to suit the ethnic, geographic, and cultural sensibilities of learners. Localization fosters an inclusive learning culture. When an eLearning course is customized to the background of the learners, they will find it more valuable than an eLearning course pushed out to the masses and devoid of language and cultural considerations.

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5 Tips for Coaching Employees and Providing Feedback

Infographic | June 13, 2022

Create a safe environment. Help them define and verbalize their answers, directions, and actions

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For more than 35 years, students have trusted The Princeton Review to provide resources for better grades, higher test scores, and stronger applications. Whether students are prepping for the MCAT, GMAT, LSAT, GRE, SAT, or ACT; getting top-notch admissions counseling; or learning effective problem-solving strategies via homework help, The Princeton Review offers unmatched expertise and strategies for success.

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