Delivering blended learning to your remote staff didn't really make sense at first. But with the dynamic shifts teams have made in 2020, we've found some useful applications of blended learning any remote team could benefit from—read our article to learn them!
As a global SaaS company, we’re honored by the relationships we’ve built from conferences over the years. Even though 2020 has changed the tone, many events are going digital this year to still offer exciting experiences. Check out our top picks of the best virtual SaaS conferences 2020 has to offer!
Training staff online can seem like a daunting task for managers with no online training experience.
As 2019 comes to a close, it’s time for trainers to start planning for 2020. Working out where to allocate L&D budgets can be tricky. Find out how organizations allocated their budgets in 2018!
Conferences are a great way to find out what’s new and develop your skills so we have compiled a list of the best Learning and L&D Tech conferences for 2019 and 2020.
Integrating apps into your LMS can make it easier for trainers and teams to collaborate and achieve more in your organization.
Creating a whole course from scratch can be daunting. With our step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to create an online course using your LMS.
Disengaged learners have a direct and negative impact on your organization. Learn how Coassemble's Design Services can help improve your training program.
Flexible work is becoming increasingly popular, and, businesses that offer it must be able to offer a LMS appropriate to a remote workforce. Take a peep at our tips for tailoring your LMS for remote work!
Customer Experience is a top priority for many small to medium-sized organizations. Use online training to improve Customer Experience in your business.
It’s important to know the tips and tricks to get the most out of your online courses. Find the best tips to take full advantage of your LMS here!
Learn how training can be valuable not just to your employees, but to your business. Training your staff can increase retention.
Here are the top 3 reasons you should be considering an Authoring Tool for your organisation.
By switching your manual training to online, your organization can consolidate and optimise, adding value to your business.
Are you an unhappy Moodle or Blackboard user? You’re not alone. There seems to be a groundswell of negative feedback around these platforms from users.
Hiring the right person for the job is critical. It’s not only your business growth that depends on it, but also the mere existence of your company.
Switching from manual to online training consolidates and optimizes resources, leading to better outcomes, adding value to your organization.
So, thanks to Black Mirror; Bandersnatch, branching scenarios are officially cool. With a little help from Coassemble, your eLearning experiences can be just as engaging (and hopefully less scary…)
Need to show your business the ROI of investing in an eLearning solution so they can up their staff training game? Arm yourself with the right info and demonstrate the value of online learning.
More and more organizations investing in an LMS are looking for smooth integration with existing systems.
Wondering how to save money with a Rapid eLearning Authoring Tool? Check how to cut online training costs with a Rapid eLearning Authoring Tool.
Learning online can prove profitable with the right approach. Learn the benefits that Learning Management Systems can offer you and your business here.
Installed authoring tools are desktop applications that are used to create and manage content for eLearning courses. We’re here to examine their differences and help you decide which program best suits you.
Too many businesses only consider the up-front, monetary cost of potential offerings when deciding to change their LMS. The reality is that there are a plethora of costs, both upfront and hidden, when it comes to switching LMS - and those costs can encompass time as well as money.
As funding for computers in classrooms has dried up, many private and public schools have had to take the plunge into BYOD.
What is blended learning? Blended learning basically means teaching through a combination of online and offline resources.
At Coassemble, we believe that not all eLearning content is created equal. Some content is shiny, engaging, and effective. Other content is less so.
Combining text with visuals makes your content better. Things become easier to explain, more engaging for learners, and more interesting for you to as an eLearning author.
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