A Selection of Our Favorite 2016 eLearning Blogs
2016 has been a busy year for LearnUpon. We’ve published over 100 eLearning blog posts! Here are a few of our favorites from the year.
eLearning is full of specialist terms and acronyms that aren’t always clearly defined. In this two-part blog post, we trawl through these terms to make sure you won’t be stumped. These posts outline eLearning terms A-Z.
With more than 600 learning management systems available globally, selecting one can be a big challenge. When you have hundreds of options to consider, where do you even start? Luckily, LearnUpon’s CEO outlines 10 things you should consider to select the best LMS for your organization.
Today, there’re so many online apps out there that can help you organize your work, research trends, create course content, and communicate with learners. Our support and success teams help customers achieve eLearning success everyday. So we decided to ask them what eLearning tools they’d recommend. 25 eLearning tools you need is the result.
At LearnUpon we’re constantly being asked “Should I build SCORM courses or should I bring my existing content directly into LearnUpon?” Tin Can is also increasing in popularity. Our CEO and Co-founder, Brendan Noud, believes it depends on an organization’s circumstances and what you’re trying to achieve with your eLearning program. Here he answers the question of when (and when not) to SCORM.
Des Anderson, LearnUpon’s CTO and Co-founder, outlines everything you need to know about SCORM. With 10s of thousands of SCORM sessions completed on LearnUpon daily, we know SCORM!
A Guest post from Steve Penfold, Director at elucidat, outlines how you adapt Gagne’s instructional design principles to support learning in modern training environments.
Tin Can, also known as the Experience API (xAPI) is often described as the next evolution of SCORM. LearnUpon’s CTO Des Anderson gives us the information we need to know.
This release of our new modern design was a firm favorite post from everyone here at LearnUpon. The new LearnUpon UI was built on the feedback of over 600 customers, analyzing how they use LearnUpon every day.