Ankita Dalvi

Instructional Designer

Ankita holds a Masters degree in Computer Science, and has been in the field of learning and development for almost five years. Apart from being an Instructional Designer, she has also had the experience of teaching at school.


Ankita has a technical bent of mind, dabbling in the latest technologies and gadgets.

7 Ways to Assess Your Learners Effectively
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7 Ways to Assess Your Learners Effectively

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The most effective way to identify whether your learners have acquired and retained the necessary skills and knowledge from your eLearning course is using assessments wisely.  It is one of the most important tools in assessing your learners’ performance objectively.

Let’s assume the learners have completed their assigned learning module and they all score an average of 80 percent or higher at the end of the training. Their evaluation was conducted using the traditional strategies like drag and drop, multiple choice questions and multiple response questions etc. However, can you actually evaluate the learners beyond multiple-choice quizzes? Is there an alternative to evaluating the effectiveness of your learning program? Yes, you can do so effectively using the following methods.

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Pokémon Go or Learning-on-the-go?
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Pokémon Go or Learning-on-the-go?

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The most talked about words in the world of technology these days are Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). The concept of Virtual Reality was initiated for the video game industry. It can possibly be “the next big thing” in eLearning industry as well, but it seems that VR is a bit ahead of its time for corporate learning. Augmented Reality is a technology that allows you to create the illusion of multimedia objects. Thus, using AR in corporate learning allows us to explore many possibilities to enhance the learning experience for materials and onboarding experiences.

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LCMS, or LMS - What's the Difference?

LCMS, or LMS - What's the Difference?

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Most of us might be confused about the difference between a learning management system (LMS) and a learning content management system (LCMS). At first glance, these two solutions do look and sound very similar, but they actually provide very different functions at different stages of the learning process. If you’re looking for a solution, there are some key considerations that should be kept in mind when it comes to determining requirements, research vendors, and finding the best LMS or LCMS.

WHAT IS A LEARNING CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?

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