Picture two roommates sharing an apartment. In the ideal environment they adapt to each other, either by dividing tasks or completing individual chores, ultimately leading to a more functional and manageable life at home. Now apply the same principle to audio and video.
Subtitles, or captions, are mostly known in the mainstream as a means to translate the dialogue that is being spoken in a video. This usually happens in television or cinema, but did you know that you can increase your online video viewing by as much as 40% just by using subtitles*?
Digital education allows us to share knowledge through an infinity of experiences. But in this sea of possibilities, how can we catch people’s attention and ensure their engagement? Immersive learning! But what exactly does this mean?
Well, it is not. Distance learning has been around for a long time; and although it has been through significant changes in these past two decades, its main role continues the same: to make education and training available to a higher number of students, in a standardized way, no matter where they are.
Although pair programming is usually associated with code writing, there are some lessons and benefits that also apply to online training.
Over the past decade, online training has increasingly become popular and a powerful tool to share knowledge in a simple way.
As you know, we are continually improving bugle so that our clients and their training audience get the best possible experience. This new functionality was developed based on clients and partners' requests. In this article, you can read more about it and watch a video on how easy it is to use.
Every day, in everything we do, we communicate. When our goal is to teach something or to share knowledge with someone, we need to be sure that our message is well-understood. Visual communication has that power. Let’s explore why.
When you create a course, it’s important to understand if your learners have retained the knowledge you want to convey, and if you are being effective in sharing that knowledge. Usually, in online training, this means including an assessment chapter at the end of the course. This final evaluation can also be the basis for the student to receive a course certificate.
According to most dictionaries, we know that when there is something missing from a situation that prevents it from being complete or satisfactory, we can say there is a gap. A knowledge gap is a difference that is related to expertise, skills and know-how. It occurs when there is a significant disparity between what an organisation needs and the current capabilities of its staff.