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What Online Educators Need to Know About Social Media Marketing
Social media is a great first step of any marketing plan, especially for educators.
Company Induction. Can it be effective, efficient and engaging? And what about personal and productive to ensure no-one gets left out.
One of the challenges with company induction schemes is keeping employees engaged and motivated to absorb the wealth of information being given.
Myths, mistakes and motives regarding e-learning
A look at a few of the popular myths, mistakes and motives regarding e-learning
Assessing the effectiveness of your online training - what to do next
In this final part, we’ll tie up some loose ends by providing ideas about what, specifically, you might choose to change once you’ve evaluated your programme.
Assessing the effectiveness of your training
Last week, we looked at some of the theory of evaluating your training programmes and learning courses. This week, we'll examine the practical ways to dig into the first level of evaluation – getting feedback from online course participants.
Assessing the effectiveness of your training – what to evaluate?
Once you've decided why you want to evaluate your training or learning programme, it's important to decide what to evaluate. Kirkpatrick's four levels offers a useful framework.
A guide to evaluating your online training
Success is not a destination, but the road that you're on
The truth about e-learning
The 'e' of e-learning conjures up many emotions, begging questions about the truth about e-learning.