March, 14 2022
Choose the correct pricing model you need
Choosing the right content distribution platform, but with the wrong pricing model can curtail audience reach and dramatically hamper growth. Here’s what you need to know about picking an online learning platform that fits your organization.
When shopping for an eLearning platform, the pricing model that’s right for you is largely a question of how many users you anticipate adding over time, and whether or not you’re willing to pay for all of them up front.
Is your organization driven by the desire to reach as many people as possible, but finding the cost per user fee structure of your eLearning software prohibitively expensive? There are other options. Learn how alternative licensing models help expand your reach, without growing your costs.
6 Ways a LMS Can Remedy Common Non-Profit Problems
30% of non-profits fail within the first ten years and with these failures come recurring trends of preparedness, expectations, and talent. How can a LMS solve these?
Why To Build Your Own Course (and Why Not To).
Know what learning battles to pick? Course authoring is everywhere now, but how do you know when it's worth utilizing? Follow this quick guide to find out what things you should consider.
The Factors Damping Your Learning Potential and How to Control Them.
How many factors do you think impact learning? Have you ever felt like you learn better under certain conditions? Well, you do. So does everyone else. Here's how and why.
Microlearning—just a fad or a way to supercharge learning?
94% of e-learning trainers say that they prefer this over more traditional training seminars. Microlearning has been popular in the eLearning space for awhile, but does it deserve it?
How to Begin Cultivating a Learning Culture—and Why Your People Want It.
Most workers want a job that gives them ample training and opportunities to learn. With volatile workforce that shows no time of stopping, is it time for an overhaul in company culture, especially with learning?
Training Gen Z In The Workplace
Workplaces change with every new generation of employees that are hired, but the next generation of workers is unique: their formative years were shaped by global pandemics and a mistrust of traditional information.