Audio narration is often a key feature in eLearning courses, but can be tricky to create. This blog post looks at some helpful principles to create an effective voiceover, as well as some practical tips to get started.
eLearning has obvious advantages for large organisations that need to continually update their workforce’s skills. It’s a scalable and relatively inexpensive form of training; it allows for asynchronous learning, and advances in mobile learning has made it more accessible than ever before. These benefits are all relevant to hospitals and healthcare institutions, which must work around tight budgets and long staff hours to provide critical professional development courses.
It can be difficult for learners to stay motivated in an online learning environment, without the support of a teacher or classmates. This article argues that we shouldn’t think of drive and motivation as purely intrinsic traits; instead, a well-designed course should be able to tap into a learner’s personal sense of drive, and motivate the learner with a fun, engaging experience.

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The use of online discussion forums as a collaborative learning tool has been widely and successfully used in eLearning for a number of years. It is generally accepted that the educational potential of online discussions is tremendous.
Mobile learning can be described as the delivery of learning through mobile devices. It is typically defined by either the learner’s experience, or the technologies which enable the learning. Mobile learning has developed from text messaging (SMS) to offering rich multimedia learning experiences.